Arena Analytics, the market leader in applying artificial intelligence to workforce challenges, and Validus Senior Living, an owner and operator of senior living communities throughout the Southeast, today announced that Validus will adopt Arena Analytics’ innovative AI-powered predictive analytics platform to guide hiring and recruiting decisions for critical positions covering all of its senior living facilities.
Validus Senior Living, which operates 16 senior living communities across four states, will use Arena Analytics’ sophisticated predictive analytics and advanced machine learning techniques to identify quality candidates who are most likely to be retained in their positions, reducing turnover and related premium labor costs. The Arena Analytics solution has been proven to drive positive outcomes across industries, leading to more stable, productive, and profitable workforces.
“We are innovators in the senior living sector at Validus and are always looking to build strategic partnerships with companies that hold our same values and recognize how technology will move our industry forward,” said Kate Wentworth, Vice President of Human Resources for Validus Senior Living. “Improving retention in today’s labor market is critical to our success and partnering with Arena Analytics will help us make intelligent, data-driven decisions that will lead to tangible results. We know that using data to help us identify the best people for our jobs, as well as retention, will result in better care and service outcomes for the moms and dads we serve.”
“Validus Senior Living is a world-class organization with a forward-looking approach to adopting the right tools, technologies, and solutions to build a stable, productive workforce to best serve its residents and communities,” said Myra Norton, CEO of Arena Analytics. “We believe Arena Analytics’ outcomes-based approach to identifying quality candidates who are most likely to be retained will support Validus’ commitment to the team members, residents, families, and communities they serve.”