January 15, 2013 | David Sutherland, Marco Better, Jay April
Considering the significant workforce challenges that today’s businesses face – aging workforces, high turnover rates, global shortages of key skills, and an aggressive recruiting environment – strategic workforce planning enabled by the righttechnology can go a long way to achieving vital objectives such as workforce risk mitigation, optimization and sustainability. Yes, the technology needs to be easy to use; but investing in technology that is not appropriate can yield misleading projections, errant metrics, and false insights with costly consequences. In this webcast we will take you on a journey in implementing appropriate strategic workforce planning and analytics and how it is being used to guide operations and financial leaders in business forecasting and human resource leaders in recruiting and retaining talent in critical roles and achieving readiness objectives to improve profitability and competitive strength.
Dave Sutherland, Director, Workforce Insight for CH2MHILL, an industry leader in consulting, program management, design, construction, and operations will recreate the journey his firm has taken in implementing appropriate Strategic Workforce Planning and Analytics and how it is being used to guide operations and financial leaders in business forecasting and human resource leaders in recruiting and retaining talent in critical roles and achieving readiness objectives to improve profitability and competitive strength. Applying tailored and highly comprehensive technology has materially increased the value of their projections, and correspondingly has magnified their ability to mount an effective response, well beyond the level provided by trend analysis. Join Dave along with Dr. Jay April and Dr. Marco Better from OptTek Systems, Inc., leading providers of advanced analytics software including OptForce™ on November 15, at 12 noon Eastern Time in presenting the CH2MHILL case study and how appropriate technology from OptTek can enable your firm to succeed.