Use cases for when (and when not) to use predictive analytics
Strategies for knowing what type of data might be useful
How to measure the success of an predictive analytics project
How to leverage quick wins for continued growth and development
Todays HR leaders are being pressured to investigate and use predictive analytics. Yet, there is often little or no direction about how to begin and which challenges to target. One area that is primed for using predictive analytics is the talent acquisition process. Applied correctly, predictive analytics can add critical insight, beyond well-tuned intuition, to help avoid hiring mistakes leading to significant savings.
Join Greta Roberts, CEO of Talent Analytics, Corp., as she offers practical guidance for understanding what predictive analytics is, how to get started, and some areas to begin using these approaches in your own organization. She’ll describe the importance of quick wins that help you build credibility and visibility for an ongoing analytics program.
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Webcast | Presented By: Jackson David | Webcast Aired: June 11, 2015
Every marketing professional has known it for years—define your brand, or someone will define it for you. As the concept of brand identity moves outside the realm of marketing and into the talent acquisition and recruiting sphere, that concept becomes more important than ever. Define your employer brand, or your candidates (both the ones you hire and the ones you don’t) will define it for you.