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18 May 2021

Employee stress: AI to ensure synchronicity between expectations and missions

By Gaëlle Monteiller.
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76% of employees are asking for more commitment from their company to preserve their mental health and are calling for artificial intelligence! TOD answers this problematic by ensuring the synchronicity (*) of employees’ positions with the challenges to be met.

2020 was the most stressful year for employees worldwide (according to the global study conducted by Workplace Intelligence and Oracle Cloud); 75% of French people believe that the pandemic has had negative effects on their mental health.
Managers are often at a loss with teams that have been scattered by social distancing, and with employees who are individually confronted with profound questions about the meaning and usefulness of their work.
And employees are calling on artificial intelligence to humanize management! Paradoxical, isn’t it? Not so much: employees prefer to confide in a robot that will not judge them, that will be able to evaluate them objectively and that, why not, will be able to reveal their potential and alert the company to their expectations… and thus allow a perfect synchronicity of their expectations with their missions.
AI has been used in the field of human resources, initially to free HRDs from repetitive tasks, without fundamentally changing the processes. But today, artificial intelligence is also the means to bring a different look on the men and women of the company thanks to the perspective of the multiple dimensions of the human being, his aspirations, his feelings, his modes of interaction…
What the machine brings is a multi-dimensional processing capacity of behaviors and a synchronous analysis of individuals and issues, to optimize interactions. AI helps individuals to better understand each other and gives the manager the keys to detect and solve the difficulties of his employees, to value his employees by stimulating their commitment to performance. AI will never replace the essential: human relations and management, the manager’s ability to give a soul to his team, to take it further, faster, higher, but AI can help the manager, by making visible the invisible human potential of his employees, by giving him the keys to collective commitment, and by highlighting the invisible brakes or difficulties encountered.

This is how TOD uses AI: to reveal human potential in real time and to ensure that the positioning of talents is in sync with the challenges to be met. (*) : (*) : In the analytical psychology developed by the Swiss psychiatrist Carl Gustav Jung, synchronicity is the simultaneous occurrence of at least two events that do not have a causal link, but whose association makes sense to the person who perceives them.
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