Meet UKG Bryte: The AI Guide for Great Workplaces
Introducing UKG Bryte, an AI-powered assistant for great workplaces that uses generative AI (GenAI) to help guide employees, people managers, and HR leaders by shining a light on important insights that support great workplace experiences. UKG customers received an exclusive first look at the proactive, personalized, and intuitive experience provided by UKG Bryte this week at the UKG Aspire customer conference in Las Vegas.
A leader in AI in HCM and workforce management since 2015, UKG has deployed more than 2,500 AI models in production to support better outcomes for both people and businesses. In addition to being trained on the world's largest collection of people, workforce, and culture data - including 30 years of proprietary research and best practices from Great Place To Work® available only to UKG - UKG Bryte incorporates data about an organization's demographics, engagement, and productivity.
This potent combination surfaces critical trends and timely recommendations that help businesses continue their journey to becoming a great place to work. UKG Bryte will:
"UKG Bryte illuminates insights that people may not be thinking about in the moment yet have the potential to make a big impact on the future," said Hugo Sarrazin, chief prduct and technology officer at UKG. "The future is Bryte for UKG and will be even brighter for organizations around the world with the introduction of our powerful tool, designed entirely in service of people, to spotlight more opportunities to provide a great place to work for all people."
Earlier this year, UKG shared practical examples of using generative AI to empower employees, support people managers, and unburden HR professionals. For example, a conversational assistant will eliminate the need for people to search handbooks, intranet sites, and other resources for information housed in disparate locations, instead returning contextualized answers specific to an employee. A job genius will give hiring managers a running start to write job descriptions and interview questions. Generative AI, woven throughout the UKG Great Place To Work Hub, will proactively surface and nudge leaders towards specific actions, behaviors, and best practices.
"With the commoditization of AI, businesses must seek out technology vendors with in-house AI and machine-learning domain expertise and who are building truly unique and differentiated experiences based on proprietary data," said Jason Averbook, senior partner and global leader of digital HR strategy at Mercer. "With 30 years of Great Place To Work benchmarking, research, and best practices - along with an extensive track record of leveraging AI to enhance work experiences and business outcomes - UKG continues to demonstrate why it's a leader in HCM."
At UKG, our purpose is people. We are on a mission to inspire every organization to become a great place to work through HCM technology built for all. More than 80,000 customers across all sizes, industries, and geographies trust UKG HR, payroll, and workforce management cloud solutions to drive great workplace experiences and make better, more confident people and business decisions. With the world's largest collection of people data, work data, and culture data combined with rich experience using artificial intelligence in the service of people, we connect culture insights with business outcomes to show what's possible when organizations invest in their people. To learn more, visit ukg.com.
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