Intuit Drives Engagement with UpMo
- Career Visualization ‒ Employees are able to explore and map out career paths toward their dream jobs, often uncovering a myriad of unconventional career paths to develop skills and experience.
- Internal Mobility ‒ UpMo's unique career-matching engine allows employees to discover all the opportunities in the company that can help them advance along their desired career paths.
- Talent Marketplace ‒ Analytic tools in UpMo give managers and talent acquisition teams an actionable view into the strengths, experiences, and aspirations throughout the organization, helping them fill positions faster, eliminate the need to recruit externally, and understand where gaps exist.
- Internal Professional Networking ‒ Employees can now build strong relationships that can catapult their careers to the next level within their company, not outside.
"Building an engaged and productive workforce requires that enterprises give their existing talent priority over external hiring," said Promise Phelon, founder and CEO at UpMo. "Intuit is a pioneer in showing how internal mobility is accomplished by enabling its workforce to build strong professional networks and collaborate around jobs and projects within the company. Now, with the partnership with Yammer, UpMo can offer our customers' employees the ability to engage their social sphere to dream big, make meaningful connections, and take tangible steps to realize their career aspirations."
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