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Willis Towers Watson launches new software for reinventing jobs

Willis Towers Watson launches new software for reinventing jobs


Willis Towers Watson (WTW) yesterday announced the launch of WorkVue, an AI-driven software that will help organisations reinvent jobs for better business outcomes.

Based on WTW’s Reinventing Jobs methodology, WorkVue allows organisations to redesign the way their work is organised. 

The new software enables employers to analyse work at a task level, gain greater clarity into mission-critical work, and better adapt to changing business needs. The analysis can shed light into task types - independent or interactive - allowing employers to identify the aspects of work that can be performed remotely and ensure all types are suitably supported. 

WorkVue is backed by a systematic methodology and real-time visualisation. It is available to organisations globally: willistowerswatson.com/workvue.

“The health and economic chaos caused by COVID-19 makes it impossible for organisations to delay decisions about the future of work. As organisations move towards restoring stability, they will need to be prepared with a work strategy that combines automation with their permanent and contingent talent to meet their goals,” said Vidisha Mehta, Regional Future of Work Leader, Willis Towers Watson.

“As organisations prioritise their response to COVID-19, they need to balance immediate needs with the ability to remain viable long term. WorkVue delivers strong modeling capability to help companies rethink their workforce and create a sustainable operating model and cost structure at a time when the world of work has never been more uncertain."

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