By the end of 2020 the international leader in People Analytics technologies Visier has prepared an eBook of expert research and interviews with innovation leaders in HR and Future of Work. In the interview for Visier PhD, founder of Yva.ai David Yang shared how Organizational Networking and Behavioral HR Analytics can help companies fight burnout and weather the crisis.
David Green, a leading HR-analyst, VP and Managing Director of Insight 222, has published a review of the 20 most powerful HR analytics articles of the month.
Yva.AI Inc. presents a new model of AI that, for the first time, assesses employee influence and identifies informal leaders and growth opportunities for companies after switching to remote work.
Santa Clara, California, USA, October 6, 2020. Yva.AI Inc. announces the release of the third generation of its employee experience and business efficiency management platform. The official presentation of Yva.ai 3.0 will take place at the leading international conference People Analytics & Future of Work - PAFOW Global 2020.
Yva.ai is an AI-based collaboration analytics platform for managing employee experience and leadership in real-time.
Unlike traditional survey systems, Yva.ai combines surveys with collaboration analytics in MS Office 365, MS Teams, G Suite, Slack, Jira, GitHub and other corporate systems.
Yva.ai combines analysis of employees’ digital interactions in corporate sources with 60-second micro-surveys to generate recommendations, dashboards and reports that enable managers to make objective decisions.
Santa Clara, CA, September 25, 2020
The Yva.ai team is proud to announce that we are officially certified to the international standard for information security management system ISO / IEC 27001:2013. This means that Yva.ai AI-driven real time employee experience (EX) and collaboration analytics platform and the company's internal processes in the field of information security fully comply with recognized international standards. And what does this mean for users, in practice?
It is more convenient to run a business along with AI. This is why the SaaS sphere is experiencing a real boom in business applications based on artificial intelligence.
When an employee first realizes that something crucial is happening with their well-being, it is never an easy way to get out of it. Some prefer to deny the very fact of the problem – and it’s not the worst option, because sometimes it works. Many upsets left to their own do fade away. But some other actions being plunged can make the situation worse.
I used Amazon’s Super Bowl ad methods and found 38% more burnout in women.
Quite the contrary, males are at highest risk of burnout in the beginning of the career
There is a mounting body of work researching the link between gender and stress, and it is well-documented that men and women are differentially exposed to work stressors. Also, they are affected in different ways, with a toll being higher for female employees. However, until now the relationship between age and gender and burnout remained unknown.
The perils of being the only one person with a particular background at job
Thanks to advancements in the diversity and inclusion policies, adopted now by many companies and public organizations alike, there are people from different backgrounds joining the workforce. But sometimes being the first person with a particular background means being the only one, which can turn out to be rather stressful experience.
And each has a matching coping strategy
Burnout, an occupational syndrome according to the WHO, has traditionally been described as a rather uniform disorder with typical signs being exhaustion, cynicism and professional inefficacy. However, it is possible to distinguish three types of burnout, closely linked to each of these signs. Each of the types has associated coping strategies.