Mirta Stantic, a PhD researcher at the University of Oxford and ex-People Analyst at Facebook, has joined Orgnostic as Director of Product, Insights.
We’re excited to share that Mirta Stantic, a PhD researcher at the University of Oxford and ex-People Analyst at Facebook, has joined Orgnostic as Director of Product, Insights.
Mirta has an extensive background in people data analytics, with a primary focus on Talent Acquisition and Management. Before starting at the University of Oxford, Mirta led Talent Analytics and Insights for all business functions at Facebook, where she was tasked with workforce planning, attrition, transfers and growth modeling, and designing dashboarding solutions to improve recruiting productivity and accelerate hiring capacity.
On joining Orgnostic, Mirta says:
Mirta is a great addition to our team, as she brings on board a blend of research-backed practices and hands-on experience in people analytics — the expertise she has already been sharing since assuming her role on the Orgnostic advisory board back in 2021.
As Director of Product, Insights, Mirta will focus on empowering organizations with people insights:
Mirta will also lead a team of data scientists on demand, which is an add-on service that allows organizations to partner with our data scientists and dive deeper into the idiosyncratic questions of each organization, allowing them to decipher and redesign moments that matter in the employee journey.
Infrastructure complexity, cost, and trust in HR data quality prevent HR and management teams from prioritizing the adoption of people analytics.
Enter Orgnostic, a people analytics platform, on a mission to democratize people analytics and build better organizations with the help of the right data.
Orgnostic enables HR, People Analytics, and other C-level leaders to get from messy data siloed in different HR tools to insights in a matter of days instead of months. We provide leadership teams with high-quality organizational insights that build happier, more efficient and profitable organizations.