Utilizing analytics in sync with strategic workforce planning to maintain growth
Combining the normally disparate temporary, gig, and full-time labor forces
Analyzing learning and development strategy, and upskilling
How analytics is increasing retention and driving down turnover
Leveraging the right HR technologies in combination with data and analytics
Preparing your organization for future workforce and economic changes is more necessary than ever to ensuring long-term growth and success. So how can you take your current strategic workforce planning strategy to the next level to identify current and future talent and skills gaps internally? Talent and People Analytics allow us to bridge the gap and bring together the employee data in the company to overcome specific business problems and plan effectively for the future. Join John Blowers, Managing Director of HR Transformation & Consulting at WilsonHCG and Andrew Gadomski, Founder at Aspen Advisors in this informative webcast.
Traditional talent profiles are evolving and changing the ways recruiters seek talent, and recruiting sales talent is no different. Hear Jesper Bendtsen, EVP of Global Strategy at WilsonHCG, discuss key considerations for assessing and ...
What does diversity mean to you? For me, I often see “diversity” visualized in stock photography—typically, an image of hands over hands of varying skin tones or perhaps a group of smiling people of different races. It doesn’t take much, really, to look diverse. But what does it mean for a company to actually be diverse?