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Gender Gap - Measuring the value of difference
A NEW COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE
Organisations always claim that people are their most valuable asset. But few of them fully explore the correlation between their workforce and business performance.
Gender Gap overlays human capital data with business performance data, providing a new, consolidated view of the value of your workforce.
A NEW VIEW ON WORKFORCE ANALYTICS
Gender Gap converges workforce analytics with cutting-edge data visualisation.
An innovative, user-friendly interface transforms the way you interact with human capital data making it an efficient, effective experience. Explore and unlock the true potential of your workforce in minutes, not months. Measure the value of difference in your organisation.
A FRESH APPROACH TO HUMAN CAPITAL DATA
Gender Gap is part of the Data Morphosis Group, with offices in Hong Kong, London, New York, Sydney and Tokyo.
VERCIDA works with over one hundred clients who are committed to creating an inclusive work environment. If you are an employer and interested in working with VERCIDA to promote your diversity and inclusion initiatives and attract the best candidates, please call 02037405973 or email [email protected] for more information.
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VERCIDA works with over one hundred clients who are committed to creating an inclusive work
environment. If you are an employer and interested in working with VERCIDA to promote your
diversity and inclusion initiatives and attract the best candidates, please email
[email protected] for more information.
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