Strategic talent management helps companies motivate their employees and propel them toward career growth. Companies across the globe are leveraging robust talent management solutions to promote employee-centricity, recruit and retain the best talent, ensure productivity, and improve business performance. A systematic approach to talent management enables employees to work in the direction of their organization’s mission and goals.

This is where San Francisco-based Lattice makes a difference. Lattice works with people teams worldwide to turn employees into high performers, managers into leaders, and companies into the best workplaces. By connecting performance management, employee engagement, and employee development in one unified solution, Lattice transforms the way companies approach people strategy. Lattice empowers people leaders to build engaged and high-performing teams, inspire winning cultures, and make strategic data-driven business decisions. “We believe people strategy is business strategy and want to do what we can to aid companies to do what’s best for their employees during this time,” says Jack Altman, CEO and Co-founder of Lattice. The company offers support for people leaders in times of uncertainty and offers its full engagement platform, including deep-dive surveys, employee net promoter score (eNPS), and Pulse review check-ins for free. “Offering insight and understanding to people leaders is critical, and Lattice’s Engagement platform is the only tool on the market today that natively connects data to Performance analytics to pull actionable insights for teams,” he adds.

As employee performance management solutions need the combination of real-time feedback and employee-performance reviews, Lattice has built an end-to-end performance management process. Lattice’s performance management process drives employee productivity, improves employee engagement, and increases a company’s overall bottom line. On the other hand, Lattice Engagement is an employee experience solution that helps businesses identify what keeps employees engaged, connects performance metrics for rich insights, and guides companies to the most impactful actions to take.
Lattice has introduced Lattice Pulse, combined with Lattice Engagement and Lattice Performance, to help people teams understand their company’s employee experience and culture. Collecting employee feedback once or twice a year is not sufficient to run companies. Additionally, HR, engineering, operations, sales and marketing teams rely on a continuous stream of real-time data to make the best decisions possible for business. Lattice Pulse helps companies drive engagement and mitigate attrition concerns before they appear as obstacles. Also, Lattice Pulse helps make the best business decision by contextualizing deep dive engagement survey data and performance data with real-time Pulse insights to gain a comprehensive understanding of what companies should prioritize. At the same time, Lattice has introduced the Lattice Praise Wall, which is a beautiful and purpose-built visualization for putting public praise front-and-center within the company workplace. Lattice Praise Wall allows companies to highlight the best performance throughout the workspace.
  • Lattice works hard to create product and customer experiences that put the user first, so it feels great to get this validation that our approach is working

By combining the visibility of Lattice Praise Wall with an organization’s Slack workspace, the entire company gets to see and celebrate work. Additionally, Lattice’s navigation feature helps companies see all information such as feedback, check-ins, reviews, and goals on a single consolidated profile page.

With such comprehensive talent management solutions, the future of Lattice looks promising. Lattice is driven by a commitment to seek diversity and foster inclusion and track its results to ensure that it stays true to its promises. “Lattice works hard to create product and customer experiences that put the user first, so it feels great to get this validation that our approach is working,” Altman concludes.