Fuel50, creator of the world’s fastest-growing talent experience platform, unveiled FuelMobility, its newest tool set designed to help businesses to empower employees to take control of their career trajectory. Leveraging artificial intelligence (AI) and advanced machine learning (ML) algorithms, the proprietary program gives employers insight into which existing employees are a potential fit for open roles within their organization.
@Fuel50 Introduces FuelMobility, an AI-Driven Tool Designed to Reduce Turnover and Increase Retention Through Talent Development and Effective Succession Planning
“Instead of hiring externally, a costly and timely process that can also negatively impact company morale, teams are able to focus on giving existing employees new opportunities and cultivating a learning culture where there are no limitations for advancement,” said Anne Fulton, co-founder and chief executive officer of Fuel50. “FuelMobility empowers leaders to become true talent builders, creating and nurturing a pipeline of talent that supports greater internal mobility.”
The new feature set gives employers a new way to uncover, define and mobilize talent within their organization and provides employees a way to flag interest in open roles as well as future targeted positions. Using advanced AI, FuelMobility deploys quickly and employees are instantly added to best-fit succession pipelines as soon as they log into the Fuel50 platform. The intuitive system is fast and simple to engage with, and provides employees with personal road maps for future growth.
How it Works:
- Find and evaluate any employee for an existing role with powerful skills gap analysis.
- Create and manage pipelines by adding and re-evaluating candidates.
- Identify the best fits for any role within the organization and discover their readiness at a glance.
- Filter candidates by strength of fit against any role.
- Receive notifications about retention risks and take action before it’s too late.
Current Fuel50 clients with early access to FuelMobility report significant increases in engagement from leaders as well as employees. Additionally, customers like Ingersoll Rand report a 65% improvement in internal talent mobility and a marked increase from 38.7% to 55% in the internal hiring ratios, since integrating the company’s technology in 2015.