Bruce Morton, Chief Marketing Officer, Allegis Group Services
Social media technology allows for an expanded array of data which can be used for workforce planning. Organizations can now collect information regarding individuals and teams about how they work and collaborate, the type and quality of information that is shared, the effectiveness of their communications, and the degree to which they are perceived as leaders or followers. This information can be used to identify future leaders and help with succession planning, aid in understanding the engagement level of employees, identify flight risks, monitor and measure onboarding efforts, and much more. Is your organization prepared to incorporate this new piece of the strategic workforce planning puzzle into existing strategies?