With effective workforce planning and workforce management, you will be able to identify the talent you need to have in place to accomplish your immediate and long-term strategies. Prioritize strategic roles, benchmark your HR planning and workforce data against industry norms, analyze gaps in your current workforce capability, and use predictive modeling to identify the talent and skills you'll need to accomplish business goals.
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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 ...Read more
Workforce Planning is the business process of projecting labor supply based on where you are today, capturing labor demand for where you want to go, comparing the two, analyzing costs, and aligning the organization on the actions to take to ...Read more
Optimizing your workforce means allocating the right resources to tasks based on employees’ skills, availability and preferences while respecting regulations and labor agreements. These operational challenges get very complex, very quickly. Join Edwin Lohmann, PhD, Director of Business Unit Workforce, North America at Quintiq for an engaging discussion on how you can overcome the complexities of workforce planning and scheduling to gain full visibility and control over your entire workforce processes.
New research by Harvard Business Review Analytic Services has found a large gap between what companies want from the CHRO— for example, considering revenue, market share, and other business outcomes when making workforce plans—and the ...Read more
Most companies sit on a wealth of workforce data – 16 million data points on average for a Fortune 500 company, much of that stored in HR systems. Yet only a very small percentage (4%) of companies have figured out how to harness that data to manage and predict workforce performance. This webcast will offer tips on how to translate big data findings into business insights and actionable outcomes.
Just recently, Visier released the results of their 2015 Executive Survey and revealed a surprising statistic about the future of HR leaders. According to the survey, 63% of executives said that the most effective CHROs come from non-HR backgrounds like Finance, Operations or Legal. The study also revealed that non-HR executives are split on what the role of HR should be.
Workforce Analytics is the art and science of using data to discover and share insights about your workforce, leading to better decisions. This infographic provides an overview of the importance of workforce analytics and using them to address business challenges.
In just five short years, Generation Z will make up 10 percent of the U.S. workforce. Join us to find out how well your organization is prepared and positioned to attract and manage the new kids on the block.
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