The Work Analytics Podcast - Coffee Chat Series with Emily & Meryl

Check out the latest episode of our Coffee Chat series for the Work Analytics Podcast. This time we interview two experts on the Future of Work, Emily Klein and Meryl Rosenthal from FlexPaths, LLC, who talk about topics on the top of mind for many of us: What does the Future of Work look like for #women in the workplace?

Employee Networks Post-Reduction in Force (RIF)

The most vulnerable time for a team is typically right after a round of layoffs or RIFs. Morale slips and trust in the organization falls, leading to inefficiencies in teams and higher-than-expected attrition. We combine ONA data with survey results to help companies understand which teams are at high risk for low morale/high attrition and where companies can build targeted programs

Case Study: How to make “Return to Office” successful for your team

Return to the office, especially on a hybrid schedule, has several benefits for team collaboration and communication. It can be also disruptive for many teams if companies implement these strategies in haste. Here is one such case study where Return to Office did not have the initial impact the company was hoping for. Instead many of the trends from remote work were continuing on despite hybrid work. Putting numbers next to these trends helps the company understand the underlying issue better and resolve the key drivers.

Top 12 metrics for effective meetings

Effective meeting culture can help companies invigorate and motivate their teams. However, all too often we are stuck in a slew of seemingly never-ending meetings that include too many people and don’t accomplish as much as we would like. So how do we understand whether our meetings helping our organization connect? Or whether they are instead causing stress and leading to burnout? Here are 12 key metrics...

Expert Interview with David Green

Hybrid Working and its impacts have been a trending topic for many HR and business leaders. It affects the work culture, team collaboration, and even productivity. To gain more insights into the effect of remote working, David Green sat down with our CEO and Co-Founder, Phil Arkcoll to discuss how collaboration data and analytics can help companies understand how work is getting done and the trends we see in Remote and Hybrid work.

Why collaboration data needs to be a key part of your 2023 HR strategy.

In order to succeed in this new hybrid world, companies need to excel at working and collaborating through digital platforms. This starts with understanding exactly how work happens, identifying weaknesses, and adopting best practices. This is where analyzing collaboration patterns in data from digital platforms comes in. This powerful new toolkit has proven invaluable for understanding how organizations operate and identifying how the underlying patterns in work and collaboration impact employee experience.

Work Analytics Podcast - Coffee Chat with Stela Lupushor

We are so excited to start our Coffee Chat series for our Work Analytics podcast with an interview with an esteemed expert in the field of People Analytics, Stela Lupushor. For those who don't know her, Stela has written two books on Hybrid and Remote work, teaches at New York University, and has been a practitioner in the field of HR analytics for more than 25 years. Please watch our interview below or read the transcript for details and great insights into the trends and key changes she is seeing in this fast evolving dynamic industry.

6 Metrics to make Hybrid work a success

Since 2020 the ways that employees interact with each other and their leadership has fundamentally changed. The post-pandemic workforce also looks and thinks differently, so companies pursuing Hybrid or Return to Office strategies have to be cognizant and responsive to these changes in expectations and priorities. Worklytics specializes in compiling anonymized data points from digital collaboration tools, aggregating more...

Top 6 Metrics to measure during an economic downturn

Amid persistently high inflation, volatile market conditions, and uncertainty on consumer demand and sentiment, companies are increasingly starting to freeze hiring. Teams are quickly realizing that they need to find ways to work more efficiently with limited resources. How do organizations work to adapt to these new challenges? Here are some metrics we’re seeing companies use to gain visibility into how their teams are working and to help optimize how they work and collaborate to get more done in an increasingly constrained environment.

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