Give HRBPs the tools they need to be strategic by enabling them with guided, self-service analytics
Extend datafication to business leaders by connecting workforce metrics to the business results they care about
Build a data-driven mindset and skillset throughout your HR team
More and more large organizations are creating teams of experts who specialize in workforce analytics, and for good reason. Research has shown that companies that put workforce intelligence to work profoundly improve their business results - seeing higher margins, better stock performance, and improved return on equity.
But frustratingly, the data-driven HR mindset has been slow to grow within organizations beyond HR analysts -- who typically serve a constrained number of leaders with data and insights. Josh Bersin of Bersin by Deloitte aptly said that most HR organizations are “stuck in neutral” with workforce analytics. Given its importance, how can you extend the mindset to bring value to the entire HR team and the organization?
Join us and discover a number of practical examples of how to apply data-driven thinking to specific workforce areas in a way that captures the attention of both business leaders and the entire HR team.
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