Teams all over the world are now working double time these days to keep up with customers’ demands and maintain the productivity of companies as a whole. However, apart from accelerating the need for innovation from businesses, the pandemic has heightened the need for organizations to take better care of their employees.
Whether that means providing better opportunities for career growth or being more cognizant of each person’s mental health, most companies are taking certain lengths to make sure that their overall working environment is a good place for their employees as well. One such tool that organizations can use is Vectorly. This platform is specific to developer teams to help address the needs of each member such as mentoring or even identifying possible burnout.
Developing the team’s talent
One important aspect of Vectorly is its ability to provide managers with an overview of the team’s performance through OKR and identify areas of growth. Users can integrate tools like Slack or Jira, making it possible for managers to see workflows in one platform and pinpoint whether a team member is overworked or if there’s an area of improvement that they can work on.
Aside from that, the platform also helps managers have productive conversations with their members, especially during one-on-one meetings. It helps determine any skills gaps that need to be addressed, how to mentor each member, and even suggest talking points to drive an individual’s career path forward.
Speaking of careers, another feature that Vectorly provides is letting employees have a better view of what their career path would look like. Not only does this give members an idea of what opportunities they can get within the organization, but it also encourages the retention of valuable talent.
If you want to try out a product specific to developing your team better, you can try out all the features of Vectorly for 14 days at $10. After which, you can subscribe to the platform’s available plans, starting at $48.
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