Making workforce decisions in today’s uncertain global economy is a complex task. Many organizations find it difficult to get their hands on even basic workforce analytics. Still, HR must provide companies with critical insights to drive workforce investments and strategies. To do that, you need quick and easy access to human capital metrics — the right metrics — and benchmarks on a range of evolving talent management topics.
Understanding the value of workforce data and analytics, and having access to the most relevant metrics and benchmarking tools, can help your organization make more informed workforce decisions and improve productivity. In this HCI webcast, you’ll join Susan Haslett, a senior consultant in Towers Watson’s Talent and Reward practices, and leader of the firm’s Human Capital Metrics (HCM) initiative. Susan will discuss how the next generation of human capital metrics and benchmarking tools can help your organization overcome some of today’s most critical workforce analytics challenges.
As an attendee, you’ll hear:
Emerging best practices for benchmarking key workforce variables, including retention and demographics, HR function efficiency and effectiveness, and employee financial and operational productivity
A practical demonstration of Towers Watson’s HCM offering, showing how organizations can tap real data to analyze workforce trends by industry, geography, pivotal roles, job levels, performance levels and other dimensions