Participating in their first large tech event after their launch into the U.S. market, Erudit went beyond introducing their AI-powered People Analytics software to participants of the Tech Convention and Exposition in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The Miami-based startup delighted high performance team managers with their newly developed feature: ‘Insights Report’, derived from the analysis of monthly workforce metrics by Erudit’s team of psychologists and NLP engineers.

“We wanted to go the extra mile by creating an automated report for C-levels including all the events and trends which have had an impact in each team’s culture and performance, without bothering your employees with surveys,” said Erudit’s CEO and co-founder Alejandro Martinez Agenjo, “Reading and consulting the report over a cup of coffee every month seemed like a great idea!”

An Insights Report for a client revealed that low engagement was the problem that needed to be addressed across the company while burnout reduction programs should be focused towards two departments, Sales and Project Team, where turnover risk is higher. With these insights, the organization could save up to $400,000 a year.

It’s time we stop basing our management decisions on outdated and faulty survey results

‘Employee Profiles’ developed by Erudit to better understand the workforce

Apart from monthly trends, Erudit’s psychologists also developed ‘Employee Profiles’ that allow managers to understand the needs of their team and make better leadership decisions. Profiles include: Committed, Relaxed, Workaholic, Detached, Dissatisfied, Stressed, and Unsettled.

Companies who use Erudit can see how their workforce breaks down across these profiles every month. These profiles may even help businesses ethically address quiet quitting by making proactive changes to their workplace wellness.

Let’s look at the data to understand and appreciate the uniqueness of each workforce. That way, we can better support and empower them.

Built by an all-star team of psychologists and machine learning engineers, the AI tool uses Natural Language Processing to anonymously analyze communications like emails and chat messages to measure what’s having an impact on a company’s culture and performance in real time. Erudit currently measures engagement, burnout risk, and turnover risk but the startup is excited to incorporate more workforce metrics in the future.

“Erudit is not a burnout detection tool nor a measuring tool for engagement, though it does have those capabilities,” Agenjo added, “It is much more than that. Erudit empowers leaders to have a deep understanding of their people based on organic data instead of faulty surveys. That way they can best support each unique team and their workforce.”

With a growing number of clients in the U.S., Erudit is committed to continue improving, validating, and developing its AI solution to provide the best value to C-levels and team leaders and empowering the industry to finally leave surveys in the past.

“Each workforce, each team, each employee is unique and we’re constantly adapting to changes in our work and home environments. It’s time we stop basing our management decisions on outdated and faulty survey results,” Agenjo passionately stated, “Let’s look at the data to understand and appreciate the uniqueness of each workforce. That way, we can better support and empower them.”