Research Note: Gloat Supports Organizations Through Transition to Talent Transformation

Gloat Supports Organizations Through Transition to Talent Transformation What You Need to Know

3Sixty Insights has written previously of the critical role development opportunities play in the employee experience. We have also established that employee experience must be a priority for any employer wishing to remain competitive in this job market which constantly threatens to lure top talent away. Let us take it as fact, then, that employee development is essential for a business’s growth: There can be no hope of growth without reasonable retention.
Likewise, it is becoming clear that there can be no true growth without workforce agility, a concept which was advanced prior to the COVID-19 pandemic but has taken on a new meaning in its wake. In an agile workforce, employees’ skills and capabilities are both cultivated for growth and made known and available for collaboration. The talent marketplace makes it possible to form and disband teams as needed, and it takes on a role of outsized significance in a company’s ability to weather an uncertain or rapidly changing climate.
In this report, 3Sixty Insights investigates one vendor’s take on the talent marketplace, and the impact its selection and its anticipated implementation has had on three large, multinational companies’ talent strategies.

Gloat in Profile

In a world of accelerating change, Gloat’s Agile Workforce Operating System puts people and businesses in motion. Their technology translates the world of work to the language of skills to give companies unprecedented ability to navigate change, enable more fulfilling and equitable careers for their employees, and dismantle the silos, bureaucracy, and biases that hold people and businesses back. Today, their operating system includes a series of talent marketplace applications to serve employees and business leaders and a set of skills foundation tools to establish the infrastructure of your workforce. The operating system is powered by Gloat’s Workforce Graph, a dynamic database built to understand the relationships between different units of work through deep-learning AI.
Gloat supports hundreds of leading brands around the world and is trusted by some of the world’s leading global enterprises, including Unilever, Schneider Electric, Standard Chartered Bank, PepsiCo, Nestlé, Novartis, HSBC, Seagate, and many more. To learn more about Gloat, visit

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