Singapore, 6th December 2021 – JobKred, a skills intelligence company, is honoured to be recognised as a finalist for the Best Innovation for HR at the HR Vendors of the Year 2021 for providing innovative HR Tech solutions and impacting businesses.
In its seventh year, the HR Vendors of the Year by Human Resources Online recognises organisations that have made an exceptional contribution to the HR function, and innovating business performances.
In this challenging environment and tense competition, businesses need to ensure they are agile to respond to the changing market dynamics. JobKred’s AI-powered skills intelligence platform, Lithium enables HR leaders to make data-driven decisions in the area of recruitment, deployment, training, and career development with real-time skills insights. It enhances HR functions by automating labour-intensive processes in the development of competency frameworks and skills assessment.
Gary Gan, CEO of JobKred said: “Technology is a great enabler of change and innovation. Being named a finalist is a testament to our shared belief in our mission to empower businesses and HR to accelerate their transition to the future of work by enabling a tech and data-driven approach to help companies strategize their business and workforce transformation in a quick and agile manner.”
As part of continual innovation and to support companies in keeping up with the rapidly changing nature of today’s skill demands, new features have been added to Lithium. One of the new features – Skills Report, will allow HR and business leaders to have easy access to the skills breakdown of their employees via the platform or download the data to Microsoft Excel or CSV format. They can perform analysis and drill down into the individual staff’s skills achievement rate and gaps, and work on areas that need support.
Lithium provides real-time skills intelligence with embedded analytics tools. Companies can analyse, monitor, and track key metrics about their talent with interactive dashboards, understand the current supply of skills, gaps and proficiency and undertake initiatives to address the gaps or plan for skill development.