HR Strategy & Analytics


Trends in People Analytics

Article | Published: 1 day ago
Talent is top of mind to senior executives, and that is more evident then ever today. For the first time in eight years, results from PwC's Annual CEO Survey show that 34% of US CEOs are "extremely concerned" about the availability ... Read more

Time to Rebrand "Strategic Workforce Planning"?

Blog | Author: Mick Collins | Source: HCI | Published: October 6, 2015

In 1938, the Shulton Company introduced Old Spice for Men, with its distinctive sailing ships trademark (the first images were those of the Grand Turk and the Friendship). By 1990, when Procter & Gamble acquired Old Spice, sales were falling and the brand had become associated with “your grandfather’s cologne” – to the extent that the struggling Glacier Falls scent was at risk of being discontinued – and was under threat from an upstart rival, Axe. In response, advertising agency Weiden + Kennedy devised and launched an innovative ad campaign – Old Spice Swagger - featuring former NFL player Isaiah Mustafa.

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Key Workforce Metrics: SuccessFactors Benchmarks 2014 Edition

Article | Author: SuccessFactors, an SAP company | Published: October 1, 2015
Explore this study completed by SuccessFactors, an SAP company, in conjunction with the Australian Human Resources Institute to learn key metrics that affect HR including retention rates, staffing rates, generational ratios, average workforce ... Read more

Enterprise Mobility: A New Way to Work

Video | Published: August 24, 2015
Your workforce expects anytime access to information and an intuitive, user-friendly interface. And they want to get that information from wherever they are. When it comes to mobile, Workday's approach is pretty straightforward: Make it ... Read more

A Culture of Growth and Innovation Built on SaaS

Blog | Author: Randi Kenney | Source: HCI | Published: September 29, 2015

Take a minute to think about all of the technologies that you use on a daily basis. A desktop or laptop computer, a cell phone, a tablet, even a fitness tracker. Next, think about how old each piece of technology is. Can you remember the last time you updated it? Mobile apps are updated nearly constantly. Fitness trackers are fairly new to the market. Even laptops are getting cheaper and more efficient every year. By contrast, the average HRMS system is over five years old. More than half are over 7 years old.

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