Investing in talent analytics should not be viewed as merely cleaning up your people data and automating a few reporting processes. With a strong foundation of people data, HR will have the ability and credibility to challenge assumptions about talent, identify root causes behind challenges, and provide business leaders with comprehensive solutions. In this HCI Keynote, Marc Maiolino of Wawa explains how this retailer is using workforce planning and analytics to support aggressive growth into new markets.
- Going from broken, siloed HR reporting to a single, enterprise-wide version of the truth.
- Using strategic workforce planning sessions to share talent analytics and break down silos between different functions.
- Using predictive analytics to identify which employees are the biggest turnover risks before it’s too late.