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Advanced Employee Analytics for the HR Community

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Aniline is a technology company committed to mid-market HR Professionals and the companies that serve them. We combine employee sentiment and demographic data to create workforce profiles with complete view of a company’s workforce enabling unprecedented benchmarking capability.

Mobile Support

Yes

Mobile Platform

IOS, Android, Windows Mobile, Black Berry

Desktop OS Support

Web App, Windows

Multi Language Support

No

Customization

Not Available

Payment

Yearly Payment, Monthly payment

API Support

Not Available

Technical Support

Phone Support, Chat Support, Email Support

Is it cloud based?

Yes-Cloud

Open Source

No

Software Suites for?

Small Business, Medium Sized Business, Large Business

What does an Aniline employee sentiment score measure?
Aniline’s sentiment scores are a numerical representation of employees’ written expressions of their opinions and points of view about their employer on social media and job sites. Aniline monitors, curates and aggregates all of the opinions and scores them based on prevalence, strength and veracity.
Who are Aniline users and what are typical use cases?
There are many current and potential users of Aniline sentiment scores and clients come to us frequently with new uses. Here are several of the most common applications for Aniline scores: HR teams use Aniline scores to identify employee perspectives not captured by existing surveys and other communication tools. HR teams use Aniline scores to gauge the success of their current HR policies and benefits programs, working with service providers to expand programs that enhance employee satisfaction and reworking programs that do not. HR teams also apply Aniline scores when measuring the success of service providers and when negotiating new contracts with them. HR teams promote high Aniline scores when recruiting talent, an important consideration in today’s tight labor market. Benefits providers use Aniline scores to evaluate the success of benefits programs within each client, as well as across clients to seek out trends that can inform changes to existing programs as well as creation of new ones. Executive recruiters use Aniline scores to demonstrate the potentially positive work environment for people they are trying to place at a given company.

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