Culture Amp Announces Linkage Analysis For Better People Analytics

Nov 23, 2015, 06:00 ET from Culture Amp

SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 23, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Culture Amp has announced it's the first realtime people analytics platform to provide automated linkage analysis.

The platform's linkage analysis engine typically takes data from a company's engagement survey and explores linked data from exit surveys to provide a retention report, giving a company insight into why people may have left. There are a number of other reports that can be generated within the platform using data across Culture Amp's other survey offerings, for example, developing a profile of what leads to an engaged employee using onboarding data.

Culture Amp is the only company that offers onboarding, exit and manager surveys, that can all be analyzed alongside its engagement survey.

Culture Amp CEO Didier Elzinga said the company was excited to offer linkage analysis to companies, allowing them to get even deeper insight into issues such as retention and engagement.

"Linkage analysis is a key tool in most data scientists' toolkit. What we have done is brought that power to anyone who can use our platform. By automatically connecting across different feedback loops your people data now comes alive," Elzinga said.

Culture Amp has already been working with a number of companies using linkage analysis, such as Box and Yelp.

The announcement comes shortly after Culture Amp appointed David Ostberg (PhD) as Director of Data & Insights Strategy to its San Francisco office, solidifying its Data & Insights team as one of the most qualified in the industry. He joins Chief Scientist Jason McPherson (PhD), Data and Insights Strategists Steven Huang and Chloe Hamman, and Data Scientist Buddhi Jayatilleke (PhD).

Elzinga said that linkage analysis was just one of many advanced data and insight offerings the company will be announcing in the upcoming months.

"This is just a further step in our mission to bring the power and sophistication of decades worth of Organizational Psychology research into the hands of People Geeks worldwide," Elzinga said.

"Retention continues to be a big cost to companies, and any insights into how companies can better engage and retain their employees are invaluable. We're proud to be helping them in these areas."

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