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People analytics platform ChartHop acquired Gather, a people operations workflow builder.
ChartHop, a New York business analytics firm, has already started putting salary ranges on its job postings.
The biggest problem with traditional performance reviews is how infrequently they happen, which can introduce recency bias, according to Ian White, founder and CEO/CTO of ChartHop.
CEO Ian White is taking his staff, which now numbers more than 70, to an adult version of summer camp—CampHop.
ChartHop, a New York City-based people analytics company, raised $35 million in Series B funding.
ChartHop specializes in people analytics, a method that helps managers and executives make decisions about their workforce.
The prestigious firm is all in, leading three of the company’s past fundraising rounds.
Today, a startup called ChartHop that’s built a platform to cater to that trend is announcing $35 million in funding on the heels of strong growth.
After reviewing tools from Pingboard and Airtable, Roberts settled on ChartHop’s organizational management platform.
The CEO of organizational management startup ChartHop says it’s only with insight into earnings and trends across demographics that we can start dealing with inconsistent compensation policies.
Some of the other interesting analytics vendors I suggest you look at include ChartHop (a groundbreaking organizational analytics system that makes any types of analytics amazingly easy).
“In the same way that there are platforms that can become your CRM or marketing source of truth, the goal of ChartHop is to be the one platform for your organizational management.”
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