Steve Glaiser, Co-Founder and CTO
Hearing the words “I Quit” can shake up any manager. The day an employee resigns, managers face a whole new set of challenges because it often comes as a complete surprise to them. The reason managers are blind-sided by the seemingly sudden exit is often due to the lack of knowledge about what the employee is thinking and feeling about work. In fact, most managers focus purely on job duties and have little information about their employees’ interests, skills, fit, and overall capabilities. HR professionals often struggle to balance the entire workforce ecosystem because the tools they have are either too complicated, missing, or require an incredible effort to bring together both human-centric data and organizational analytics.
So, the question remains: What can organizations do differently to retain their employees and help shape their careers?
Silicon-Valley based Jobsurv has the answer. Jobsurv has designed a cloud-based talent management software integrated with valuable analytics to help employees, managers, and HR align mutual interests through data. “In an era where organizations are struggling to piece together niche technologies, or attempting to decipher the output from broad-spectrum monitoring, we’ve chosen to place the focus where it counts – the people – your most important asset. Our entire system is built with the purpose of knowing each individual, understanding who they are, how they show up to work, and ultimately how they work together,” explains Steve Glaiser, Co-Founder and CTO of Jobsurv.
The company looks at both the job competencies and human fit elements to quickly and seamlessly unlock critical insights so that organizations can improve employee engagement, retention, and visibility within the company.
Notably, during the COVID-19 pandemic, where a distributed workforce or work from the home model has become the norm, Jobsurv’s human-centric talent management platform supports organizations in their journey to better support employee development and the company’s overall growth.
We want to reach as many organizations as possible, allowing them to have an effective human connection with their employees through our platform
Jobsurv acts as an early warning system; through predictive insights, it identifies issues and delivers timely alerts, enabling actionable coaching. The platform facilitates real-time conversations between HR, managers, and employees, driving clear calls-to-action, mutual accountability, and true engagement. It gives organizations clear and easy guidance with suggestions toward resolutions, career alignment, and prevention of the chaos and cost incurred by employee turnover.
The highlight of Jobsurv’s platform is that it provides micro-surveys and assessments that allow employees to know themselves and their work style better from day one. It builds a culture where everyone understands who they are, what they aspire from their career, and what they need from others in the company to grow. It also helps HR and managers in fostering career growth with a targeted approach for every employee in the company. They can then build strategies to align an employee’s job competencies and skills, thereby creating more engaged employees to accelerate business growth and productivity.
The feedback from assessments feeds into a robust platform which provides data-driven behavioural insights to the HR team, managers, and senior executives. With this easy to use solution, organizations can help employees and managers design clear career goals without deploying different independent tools.
Jobsurv leverages psychometric-based AI and ML to deliver features that connect employee capability, goals, mentoring, and development into a singular path for career optimization that results in employees feeling confident and fulfilled about their work. As a result, Jobsurv is very well-positioned to disrupt the talent management space. “We want to reach as many organizations as possible, allowing them to have an effective human connection with their employees through our platform,” concludes Glaiser.