In Manchester, UK, a new employee insight platform has launched. 'New Possible' promises a '360-degree solution' which helps clients understand their people and measures, assesses and benchmarks the culture of an organisation. SMEs are a particular target.
Founder Nate Harwood - formerly the co-founder of Smart Money People, a financial services insight business that was acquired in 2020 - says the business has secured its first customer and is looking to grow rapidly over the next twelve months.
Employee insights are based around seven themes: Satisfaction, Wellbeing, Fatigue, Balance, Alignment, Relationships and Engagement, while organisational culture work is structured around 'the four drivers of culture': People, Purpose, Governance and Leadership. The firm says it will 'delve deeper into areas of the people experience that are neglected by traditional approaches', to build 'healthier businesses'. Subscriber organisations can access a library of ready-made surveys and a real-time insight dashboard.
Harwood (pictured) comments: 'Although many organisations actively listen to their customers, approaches to harnessing employee voice are often less developed, and despite hiring 60% of UK employees, SME's are particularly underserved. New Possible provides a solution that's easy to implement and robust, with pricing that's accessible to everyone. Our mission is to democratise employee insight and by doing so, help every firm to unlock the competitive advantage of their people'.
Web site: www.newpossible.io .
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