New study: Luppa AI delivers above-average HR action plans


Our recent research highlights the effectiveness of Luppa AI in generating actionable plans for enhancing employee engagement and satisfaction. Positioned above the average compared to human HR professionals, Luppa AI integrates seamlessly with human expertise. The majority of evaluators could not distinguish between AI-generated and human-created plans, proving Luppa AI to be a valuable support for HR teams.


As organizations continue to navigate the complexities of the modern workplace, the importance of employee engagement and satisfaction cannot be overstated. Enter Luppa AI, a powerful feature designed to enhance employee engagement and satisfaction through real-time, high-quality, and precise actionable insights. Our recent in-depth research study evaluated the effectiveness of Luppa AI, and the results highlight its potential as a valuable ally for HR teams.

Research objectives

The primary objective of our research was to determine how well Luppa AI performs in generating actionable plans aimed at improving employee satisfaction and engagement. We aimed to assess the quality of these plans in comparison to those created by experienced HR professionals. 

Our research was driven by the need to validate Luppa AI as a reliable tool for enhancing employee satisfaction and engagement. We were particularly interested in understanding how well Luppa AI could generate actionable plans, how these plans compared to those created by human HR experts, and the overall impact of integrating AI into the HR process. Our focus was on positioning Luppa AI not as a replacement for human HR expertise but as a  valuable ally in the ongoing effort to create and maintain a positive and engaging work environment.

Research methodology

To thoroughly assess Luppa AI's performance and ensure a comprehensive and unbiased evaluation, we devised a structured two-team approach. This methodology was designed to compare Luppa AI's ability to generate actionable plans with that of experienced HR professionals, under controlled and equal conditions.

Team A

  • Composed of six HR professionals and Luppa AI.
  • Each member of this team, including the AI, was tasked with creating a short action plan based on identical datasets and context derived from the employee survey results, specifically focusing on the collaboration dimension.
  • The dataset included various metrics and qualitative feedback on employee collaboration within the organization, providing a rich foundation for developing meaningful and targeted action plans.
  • HR professionals and Luppa AI received the same instructions, ensuring that no participant had access to additional information or context that could influence the quality or direction of their action plans.

Team B

  • Consisted of a group of 9 evaluators whose primary responsibility was to review and rank the action plans generated by Team A.
  • The evaluators were chosen for their expertise in HR and employee engagement, ensuring they had the necessary skills to critically assess the quality and practicality of the plans.
  • To maintain impartiality, the action plans were anonymized, with no indication of their origin provided to the evaluators. This ensured that the judgments were based solely on the content and quality of the plans, free from any biases related to their authorship.
  • The evaluators were tasked with ranking the action plans on several criteria, including feasibility, effectiveness, and alignment with the identified needs from the survey data.
  • In addition to ranking the plans, the evaluators were given a secondary task: to pinpoint which of the action plans they believed was generated by Luppa AI. The evaluators’ ability to identify the AI-generated plan would provide insight into how seamlessly Luppa AI could integrate into the human-led action planning process.

Research outcome and key findings

The results were both revealing and encouraging. Out of the seven action plans reviewed, Luppa AI's plan was positioned above the average—two HR-generated plans were rated higher, and three were rated lower. This middle positioning was ideal for our objectives, as it demonstrated that Luppa AI could produce actionable plans that meet the standards of real HR evaluators, emphasizing its role as a support tool and feature rather than a replacement for HR professionals.

Additionally, we asked the evaluators to identify which action plan they believed was generated by Luppa AI. Remarkably, only two out of the nine evaluators correctly pinpointed the AI-generated plan. This low identification rate indicated that Luppa AI’s outputs were not easily distinguishable from those crafted by real human HR professionals, further validating the AI’s ability to seamlessly integrate into the HR action-planning process. This finding underscores the AI's effectiveness in producing plans that resonate with the quality and practicality expected from human HR professionals.


The insights derived from our research highlights Luppa AI's effectiveness in generating competitive actionable plans to enhance employee satisfaction and engagement, positioning it above average, emphasizing its role as a complement, not a replacement, to human expertise. 

The vast majority of evaluators could not distinguish between AI-generated and human-created plans, underscoring Luppa AI's value as a seamless support tool for HR teams.

As we refine Luppa AI further, we remain committed to supporting HR professionals in creating thriving workplaces where employees feel valued, engaged, and motivated, showcasing AI's potential in transforming HR practices and driving organizational success.

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