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Fuel50 Announces Winners of Its Inaugural Career Experience Conference & Awards(December 19, 2017)
LOS ANGELES, Dec. 19, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Fuel50, an award-winning career pathing software solution for leading companies worldwide, today announced the winners of its inaugural Career Experience Conference & Awards – an event that showcases the best career transformation efforts taking place around the world.
Global brands across retail, financial services and telecom including Gap Inc., Bank of Queensland and T-Mobile, were honored among 250 HR professionals and industry thought-leaders to celebrate and share how organizations can create a truly best-in-class career experience for their people.
“We’re passionate about creating cutting-edge career experiences and our inaugural Career Experience Conference & Awards provides our customers with the tools they need to effectively retain and engage their employees while positively impacting their bottom lines,” said Anne Fulton, CEO and Co-Founder, Fuel50. “Companies from eBay to Mastercard and Indeed have all demonstrated impressive results using our software platform and we were excited to share their key learnings at our conference.”
Customer highlights included:
Initial implementation of Fuel50 covered 22,000 employees in 62 countries. Results from the company’s pre-and post-Fuel50 pilot employee survey revealed that:
- The company achieved increases in all key career and development-related survey items, including significant gains of three points or more in six out of the 12 related survey items.
- Approximately 67 percent of the salaried employees have used the My Career Navigator tools and resources to help them with their career development
- Overall engagement in pilot increased 5 percent, while in the rest of the business it was 2 percent
- Meaningful conversations with my Leader improved 11 percent in pilot compared with 3 percent in the rest of the business
The event hosted presentations from esteemed executives at Gap Inc., eBay, Indeed and Mercer, as well as a keynote address from renowned thought-leader Josh Bersin, Principal and Founder, Bersin by Deloitte. The discussions included key learnings and stories on how to develop leaders, initiating career conversations, how to create a thriving company in an age of disruption, the importance of empowering employees to boost productivity and retention, and designing a world class career experience for an organization’s people.
The event concluded with Fuel50 recognizing the top people and organizations worldwide who are innovating career experiences.
Regional Award WinnersNew Zealand: SPARK NZ
USA: Ingersoll Rand
Overall Award Winners
Global career champion award for best communications, launch, and stakeholder engagement
Runner-up: Ingersoll Rand
Global career experience award for best employee feedback
Runner-up: Ingersoll Rand
Global career engagement award for best outcomes and results
Winner: Ingersoll Rand
Global career initiative award for the overall supreme winner for 2017
Overall Winner: Ingersoll Rand
Highly Commended: UNDP
People’s choice award as voted by attendees of the #CareerExp17 in Sydney
Launched in 2014 by co-founders Anne Fulton and Jo Mills, Fuel50 is currently in use by 75 Fortune 500 companies, deployed across 33 countries and in 28 languages, and serving hundreds of thousands of employees.
Fuel50 is cloud-based career pathing software developed by co-founders of the Career Engagement Group, Anne Fulton and Jo Mills. The company’s client base, many of them global Fortune 500, have achieved engagement uplifts of 3-30% within 12 months of launching Fuel50. Fuel50 directly impacts the career development driver, touching HR, management and individual employees across the business. Learn more at www.fuel50.com and @fuel50pathing.
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