WorkVue by Willis Towers Watson

WorkVue is an AI-driven software that deconstruct jobs into tasks and evaluates ways to optimize work.
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:

WorkVue

Willis Towers Watson

What it is: WorkVue, the first-of-its-kind, AI-driven software, provides a practical approach to reinventing jobs through innovative technology with real-time visualization to support decision-making. It brings Willis Towers Watson’s revolutionary Reinventing Jobs methodology to life and is designed to help organizations deliver on their business strategies by future-proofing the way their work is organized. WorkVue allows organizations to dynamically deconstruct jobs into tasks, evaluate ways to optimize work—across technology, employees and non-traditional talent—and reconfigure the work into new, more optimal jobs.

Why we like it: With emerging technologies like AI and RPA driving organizations to reimagine and redesign their organizations and roles to best leverage these advances, HR leaders need supporting tools to make these redesign efforts understandable and actionable. It is easy to say the organization should adopt more AI and automation tools, but it is hard to develop a coherent plan for doing that. WorkVue is an innovative solution that allows HR and business leaders to take a measured, clear and quantitative approach to job and role redesign and to create the optimal mix of advanced technologies with essential human capabilities when designing the job roles of the future.

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®.