When employees represent 70% of an organization’s operating costs, there is a strong incentive to maximize the value of that investment in a measurable way. In this Executive Interview, Jennifer Mann, Vice President of Human Resources at SAS, explains how they are applying analytics to the entire employee lifecycle.
Key insights include:
How SAS calculates the time it takes for new hires to become productive
The importance of comparing different data sets (e.g. engagement surveys, 360 degree assessments) and looking for correlations and possible performance drivers
SAS’ current focus on identifying and developing critical talent segments (future leaders, subject matter experts)
Human capital analytics continue to be a source of confusion in the HR function because the profession still lacks basic fluency in the subject. In this Executive Interview, Jennifer Mann, Vice President of Human Resources at SAS, provides some ...