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The 2012 Manpower Talent Shortage Survey states that 49% of U.S. employers are experiencing difficulty filling mission-critical positions within their organizations. Why? A lack of available candidates with the right technical expertise and employability skills continues to elude employers. More specifically, the top reason employers say they can’t fill roles is simply an overall lack of applicants; the second is the candidate-based factor that applicants lack the technical competencies, or hard skills, required for the role.
Companies have been striving to harness and leverage the power of their data assets for decades. Now major U.S. corporations and government agencies are finally realizing business value from Big Data.Read more
An HCI Podcast based on the Webcast, "Tying Talent Analytics to Financial Performance" on 1/23/2013. Greta Roberts,CEO at Talent Analytics, Corp. joins us to discuss the biggest issue in Talent Strategy today, raw talent as a set of ...Read more
Buried near the end of this fairly standard but still pretty interesting piece on how software giant SAP is deploying Human Capital workforce analytics solutions in their internal organization from their recently acquired SuccessFactors ...Read more
Yesterday at HCI’s 2013 Workforce Planning and Analytics Conference, David Eberhardt, Director of HR Strategy & Systems at Devon Energy Corporation took the stage to share how HR analytics are creating value for them and outline some principles that the audience could apply to their own organizations. Eberhardt began by saying most organizations cannot and should not try to graft Devon’s key metrics directly onto their HR function: “Find out what will drive value for your business.”
Mick Collins and Jaye Tanner from Successfactors led a tremendous pre-conference workshop that appeared to be completely filled. Mick and Jaye both have a tremendous background and helping companies grow in reporting maturity. The below are my notes from the session.
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We manage HR virtually, lead virtually, train and develop virtually – It’s a cyber world that allows multitasking, longer virtual hours and the ability to connect and work from anywhere. So why not attend a conference virtually? This year’s HCI Workforce Planning and Analytics event is streaming every single session live from Atlanta right to attendee’s desktops instantly.
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HCI’s Analytics for Talent Management course addresses the most common challenge faced by HR leaders when it comes to data and analytics—HR departments lack the skillsets necessary to truly leverage data to make decisions. This 2-day interactive training will arm you with the terminology, skills and knowledge necessary to turn data into a compelling narrative and handle common objections to HR data findings.