Improve recruitment success and more efficiently find expertise needed at the right time for the best price
Retain star performers more cost effectively
Connect employee engagement to business outcomes
Decode workforce planning and understand the “cost” side of the workforce
Demystify diversity to develop a workforce that is more innovative, performs better, and helps expand the company’s pool of customers
The idea of data-driven HR has been a top topic and trend for several years now, yet the vast majority of HR organizations are still underserved with insights. While many organizations are thinking about workforce analytics, few have truly put them to work. Indeed, as Josh Bersin of Bersin by Deloitte aptly described, most HR organizations are “stuck in neutral” with workforce analytics, unsure how to get started with this complex topic.
How can you get out of neutral with workforce analytics? How can you and your organization overcome the data hurdles and technical complexity -- despite having little or no experience in analytics? How can you get to workforce insights that will help you understand with precision what it takes to recruit, retain, and motivate the best workforce -- and drive measurable business outcomes?
In today’s tight labor market and changing economic environment, never before has HR had such an opportunity to move the needle for the business it supports.
The idea of HR getting a seat at the table was already “close to 20 years” old when Fast Company published its infamous article, Why We Hate HR, a decade ago. Yet in the past year the rhetoric around this topic has escalated ...
Until recently, ConAgra Foods struggled to collect accurate, analyzable data about its workforce. Information was spread across the organization in siloed systems within various departments and was often difficult to reconcile. In ...
In this podcast, Founder and CEO of Visier, John Schwarz discusses the growing trend of workforce analytics. He addresses the growing importance of analytics as well as why some companies are still struggling to adopt an analytics program.