The competition for talent has gone global; turnover is rising; and employee engagement is stagnant at best. Companies have never had a greater need to understand with precision what it takes to recruit, retain, and motivate employees. As a result, never before has HR had such an opportunity to move the needle for the business it supports.
As highlighted in a recent Harvard Business Review paper, HR Joins the Analytics Revolution as, “a growing number of corporate boards, CEOs, and CHROs understand that by applying data-driven solutions to improve decisions about talent, they can improve revenues and profits.” But what does this “datafication of HR” mean for the HR Business Partner and practitioner?
In this webcast, analytics expert Ian Cook will provide direct examples of actions HR can take to:
Improve recruitment success and more efficiently find the skills and expertise needed at the right time for the best price
Retain star performers more cost effectively
Decode workforce planning and “dollarize” the people strategy
Demystify diversity to develop a workforce that is more innovative, performs better, and helps expand the company’s pool of customers
Join Ian Cook, an expert in statistical analysis and HR metrics, as he presents on this important topic.
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