In Today’s Virtual Workplace, Hitch’s Talent Mobility Platform Makes Skills Transparent, Portable, and Unbiased
Cutting-edge internal talent mobility platform, Hitch™ (Hitch.Works) announces the global release of Hitch 3.0. Built on top of the advanced Machine Learning (ML) algorithms and a mature Skills Graph Ontology, Hitch provides new Mentoring and Coaching tools that enhance opportunities access and inclusion equity.
“Hitch is one of the more mature and advanced Talent Marketplace solutions in the market”
“Today, the evolving landscape of how the Hitch platform helps organizations is very exciting. Our mission is to provide people with the insights about their current skills and those they need to develop across new jobs, gigs, and projects that not only fulfill their personal goals but also support business outcomes. Organizations are benefiting in a myriad of ways from the creativity of product innovation, market responsiveness, career mobility, operational resource agility, DEIB, etc.,” said Kelley Steven-Waiss, award-winning Founder and CEO of Hitch Works, Inc. “We are excited that Hitch continues to demonstrate, through its market leadership in areas like applied AI, a tremendous impact on organizational performance, productivity, and employee engagement.”
Since 2017, Hitch has been transforming the workplace into an inclusive, agile, and adaptive enterprise. As the most experienced internal talent mobility platform, Hitch has a proven track record for transforming organizations like HERE Technologies, Dolby Laboratories, ACT, and others to drive greater productivity and innovation at scale.
“Hitch is one of the more mature and advanced Talent Marketplace solutions in the market,” said Josh Bersin, world-renowned leading HR industry analyst. “Vendor selection should be based on the management team, culture, and belief system. Some vendors are run by engineers, so they have great technology but few services to offer. Others are run by consulting or business executives, so they build end-to-end business solutions.”