Matching technology to plan your ideal career
As an employee, match your profile with that of all the roles within your current organisation. Browse roles that suit your profile and interests. Draw up a career plan to realise your ambitions.
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Match your profile and discover your next internal step
As an employee, browse through internal roles that match your profile or interests. Like roles that you find interesting or draw up a career plan to realise your ambitions.
As an employee, browse through all internal roles that may be relevant for you. Matches are done based on the profile of the employee and his or her interests.
Indicate per role whether you would find this role interesting now or in the future. We adjust our recommendations based on your interests.
Create career plans to reach your next step
If you indicate that you are interested in a role, you will have the opportunity to create a career plan. This plan gives you the structure to develop the required skills and helps you realise your ambition.
As an employee, compare the required soft skills for your ambition with your current skill set.
As an employee, look whether you have all the necessary hard skills that are relevant for your ambition.
Work experience and education
In addition, you see what the required work experience and education level for your potential next role is.
An action-oriented career plan
Translate the insights from the matching directly into specific development goals. The learning suggestions for books, videos and training help you to make goals action-oriented. Store your daily insights in your personal notebook.
Concrete development goals
As an employee, set specific development goals for skills that you want to develop further.
As an employee, make use of the personal recommendations for books, videos and training from your employer and the Learned library to make your goals action-oriented.
Reflect and ask for feedback
Give employees the tools to take initiative to reflect on their performance in their current role outside of formal feedback rounds. Let them ask for feedback to map out their performance
As an employee reflect on your performance in your current role. Discover soft and hard skills that need to be developed. Reflecting is easy with the Learned feedback module.
Ask for feedback based on your role
Give employees the opportunity to easily request feedback from colleagues or their manager based on their current role profile.
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Create your own role library as HR
Compile all internal roles as HR. Add a job description, relevant education level, work experience and the necessary soft and hard skills. Fully adapt Learned to your organisation.
Create your own role library
Add all role profiles that are relevant for you to your own role library. Employees are matched and you can set up personalised feedback rounds based on these role profiles.
Compile the role profiles
You can complement a role profile with a description, image, the required education level and work experience. You can also add all relevant soft and hard skills.
Receive a notification whenever a new vacancy opens up
If you like a role as an employee, you are automatically notified when a new vacancy is posted for this role. Decide for yourself whether you are ready for your next step.
Use the collected data as input
All feedback received is merged into the skill passport of the user and your organisation. This way you measure which skills are present and which can still be developed.
Employees collect all received feedback. This feedback is used to display their level per skill.
All the skills of your organisation in one overview. See the average level of the skills and how many people in the organisation actually have this skill.
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Thousands of professionals rely on Learned to organise their talent management.