ARLINGTON, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--NGA.NET, a global leader in cloud-based talent management software solutions, today announced the availability of new graphical reports and data visualization tools that provide federal government leaders with insight into their applicant pool as well as application and hiring processes. As part of NGA.NET’s talent management platform, Natural Talent, the new reports and visualization tools support a data-driven approach enabling federal HR executives to make faster, better and more strategic personnel decisions based on big data analysis.
Natural Talent combines NGA.NET’s best-of breed talent acquisition solution, eRecruit, and performance and development management solution, ePerform, to deliver a seamless platform to manage all organizational data across various talent management pillars and measure performance.
Designed for senior government officials, these reports can be filtered by a variety of critical hiring and personnel criteria including hire date, time-to-hire, location of all applicants vs. location of actual hires, occupational series, pay scale, ethnicity, veteran status and many more. This level of granular detail, presented in easy-to-understand, quick-snapshot graphics, allows for improved human capital decision making for the recruitment and development of a strong federal workforce.
Using Natural Talent, HR leaders can see where recruiting resources (personnel and budget) are best spent, what characteristics make up top-performing employees and managers, which employees are most engaged and the best fit for meeting succession plans.
“As evidenced by the recent announcement of Office of Personnel Management’s Recruitment, Engagement, Diversity and Inclusion (REDI) Roadmap, data-driven analysis of the recruitment practices and the workforce is necessary to improve federal hiring and improve employee engagement,” stated Mike Giuffrida, CEO of NGA.NET. “We understand data is the key to making better talent management decisions and that is why analytics is at the core of NGA.NET solutions. We work with federal agencies to deliver the data and analysis they need to quickly and easily make the best decisions to get the right teams in place at the right times to achieve agency goals.”
Specific to time-to-hire reports, government HR executives gain an overall view of agency time-to-hire with the ability to drill down to each individual hire. These reports highlight where delays in the hiring process (e.g. application, interview, certification, approval, etc.) occur, so that corrective action can be taken to improve recruiting and hiring processes. In addition, HR leadership can see how they are performing against their hiring goals and Office of Personnel Management (OPM) standards.
In addition to the data visualization features, NGA.NET offers a “storyboard” function, which allows users to create interactive slide shows with fully functional reports as well as text, images and videos. These presentations can be filtered by a number of different categories including quarter, sub-agency and program office, giving senior officials a full, in-depth ‘story’ on the state of the workforce. Storyboards can also be used as a collaborative tool for HR teams and executives, and information can be shared socially.
The new reports, data visualization tools, and storyboard capabilities are available now to all current Natural Talent users, including those using eRecruit and ePerform.
NGA.NET delivers best-of-breed talent management solutions via an open cloud platform. We serve specialized verticals and regulated industries in both public and private sectors including Government, Education, Utilities, Mining and Healthcare. We are the solution of choice in over 95 agencies of Federal Governments around the world; we help them further succeed in their talent management objectives. Our multi-awarded, proven technology supports your talent management goals with a ‘no compromise’ approach. NGA.NET partners with you to deliver performance you can count on.
To find out how we can help you embark on your talent management strategy, visit us at www.NGA.NET.