Moodtracker by Workhuman

Workhuman's Moodtracker is an employee pulse survey solution that combines an unlimited number of respondents, unlimited number of surveys and AI-driven tech.
By: | October 5, 2020 • 2 min read
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Human Resource Executive®’s Top HR Products contest spotlights the most innovative new solutions on the market that are helping business leaders meet the ever-evolving HR needs of their organizations.

This year, Top HR Products joined forces with Awesome New Technologies. The experts chose 16 winners, several of which will be featured Oct. 28 during a keynote at the virtual HR Technology Conference set for Oct. 27-30.

Click here for more information and to register for HR Tech 2020.

Here’s a look at one of the Top HR Products of 2020:

Workhuman’s Moodtracker

What it is: Built by data scientists at Workhuman, Moodtracker is an employee pulse survey solution that combines an unlimited number of respondents, an unlimited number of surveys, AI-driven technologies like smart sampling, automated analysis, professionally designed research and actionable insights into a single, free solution. Once survey responses are collected, Moodtracker identifies and recommends the right actions to take to improve company culture, meaning organizations will always understand how their employees are feeling while simultaneously increasing productivity and driving better retention.

Why we like it: It’s hard to argue with a free tool that also provides an easy-to-use experience for both managing and taking surveys. It takes just minutes to set up a survey and seconds to complete one, and interpreting the results and determining next steps is clear and easy because the tool provides recommendations, such as quick blurbs around “Your employees are feeling lonely,” for example. Managers can then click to read more or to “Foster employee connections by celebrating life events.” This tool was in design before the pandemic, but its usefulness jumped exponentially when employees were sent home to work.

As always, we encourage you to perform your own due diligence before making any investments.

See the full list of winners here.

Elizabeth Clarke is executive editor of Human Resource Executive. Steve Boese is HRE's Inside HR Tech columnist and chair of HRE’s HR Technology Conference®.