According to SAS, HR’s value to an organization is dependent on increasing its ability to “present information that anticipates, predicts and forecasts workforce changes, analyze trends while they are still current news, and deploy and leverage human capital using objective evidence, as well as anecdotal evidence." In this video, Jennifer Mann, Vice President, Human Resources at SAS, shares how the leader in business analytics software and services is applying this framework internally.
Key insights include:
How SAS performs retention risk analysis to predict employee turnover
SAS’ analysis of new sales hire performance which led HR to re-examine their approach to onboarding and training programs
The 10 leadership behaviors SAS has identified as key drivers of employee engagement
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 ...