FREMONT, CA: AI can recognize which employees can progress to certain leadership positions depending on hard and soft skills and motivational factors. It then recommends ideal learning that will aid employees to reach higher levels.
Many employees work hard at their job, unmotivated and unengaged because of the lack of a sense of purpose. Edge companies are leaning towards artificial intelligence (AI) to address this challenge.
HR departments often rely on pulse surveys conducted annually or quarterly to evaluate engagement. It is a long and tedious survey that does not encourage or excite employees, preventing them from providing meaningful responses. Additionally, HR professionals spend so much time translating the data and presenting it to employees that it fails to show the existing s tate of affairs.
AI can help evaluate employee engagement in real-time and take advantage of natural language processing and analysis to recognize employee morale and engagement. It can also evaluate biometric data to analyze engagement, enabling HR professionals to take quick actions and identify personalized suggestions that cannot be done with traditional annual engagement surveys.
For learning and development, AI has a significant capability to provided targeted and customized recommendations. It can recognize which employees can progress to certain leadership positions depending on hard and soft skills and motivational factors. It then recommends ideal learning that will aid employees to reach higher levels.
AI plays an integral part in evaluating employee motivation to establish optimal team composition. AI can find out the particular factors that motivate individual employees and inform managers on how to motivate teams.