Three weeks ago, when the US reported their second COVID-19 case and people were still walking to the shops in Italy, Faethm saw the risk of workplace exposure.
We saw the difficulties ahead as we all work to identify how to keep our teams safe while maintaining productivity. We started to build the Business Resilience module.
First we modelled scenarios of pandemic and epidemics to understand potential COVID-19 transmission in each country.
We then built a new neural network and applied this to our Occupation Ontology (and tasks in every job) across any organisation to create our first Resilience features showing:
We will continue to add new analytics and features to the Business Resilience module in the weeks ahead. Read on to see examples of these upcoming priority features.
Testing with clients and partners began last week. We are now contributing to workforce and policy planning with government and healthcare clients in Australia.
We are also applying this to census datasets to support Government policy and corporate strategy with clients globally.
This module will help to ‘flatten the curve’ of COVID-19 transmission, keeping workforces safer and lowering demand for ICU and healthcare.
I and the whole Faethm team wish you, your team and families our very best now and through the months ahead.
Faethm AI is a fast-growth and globally unique SaaS platform – the world’s data source for the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Faethm blends proprietary analytics with client data to predict the impact of emerging technologies on any job, workforce, company, industry, location or economy.
Launched in late 2017, Faethm is already used by over 75 leading companies and governments spanning 20 industries & 24 countries. Users include: MasterCard, Zurich Insurance, KPMG, PwC, the UK Government, Australian, Canadian and Luxembourg governments, Capgemini, Rio Tinto and Singtel.
Faethm is also the only company focused on Future or Work issues to be invited by the World Economic Forum (WEF) to join their Centre for the 4th Industrial Revolution in San Francisco, and Faethm sits on the WEF’s Global AI Council.
Major consulting and technology firms have also signed global, regional and national partnership agreements to distribute Faethm to their clients, including Aon Hewitt, Capgemini, DXC Technology, EY, KPMG, Mars Discovery District, Mercer, PwC, Randstad, The Boston Consulting Group (BCG) and Willis Towers Watson.
Faethm has built a new neural network to help you navigate COVID-19 workforce risk, impact and productivity.
The new neural network is now live on the Faethm platform and delivering Job Remoteability and COVID-19 Workforce Risk insights to clients. More Resilience Module features are coming in April to support you through and beyond the pandemic.
Most organisations have now sent staff home. Very few are working remotely effectively. Faethm features available now and in development will help you to lift productivity immediately.
There is an immediate need to ensure your workforce is resilient and working remotely in the right jobs, on the right tasks with the right technologies.
Over the previous weeks, we’ve spoken to customers and partners globally to learn what our clients need. We’ve already released new analytics and features allowing you to plan ahead and see how Faethm will help you to keep your organisation working and safe during the pandemic.
Phase 1: Job Remoteability and COVID-19 Risk – now live (see below)
Phase 2: New filters to support continuity planning (early April)
Users will be able to leverage new filters with existing filters like age and locations to understand possible impact scenarios associated with demographic insights.
There is also the opportunity to maximise custom filters and provide other HCM system fields such as internal classification of critical jobs, leave status and more.
Job Remotability is now live. See features below:
Leverage Job Remoteability insights in Faethm to:
Please contact [email protected] to understand more and receive a live demo of the Faethm platform and the new Business Resilience Module.