Data and Analytics

An HCI Topic

Recruiting decisions aren’t limited to selecting the right candidates. With comprehensive analytics, you can identify the talent you’ll need, the pools with the right candidates, and methods to evaluate for fit. Don’t be intimidated by big data. Learn how you can develop people intelligence so you find the available skilled talent you need quickly and at a lower cost.

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Knowledge Is Power – The Role of Analytics

Big Data is informing decisions across all levels of the firm - where to allocate resources, what territory is declining/growing the fastest, which marketing initiatives are driving the best results?  But what is Big Data doing for Human ... Read more

Is Your Employer Brand Super-Charged? Taking it to the Next Level

Blog | Author: By Elizabeth Gutierrez Saury, Senior Solution Consultant | Source: HCI | Published: August 11, 2014

Employer Branding has been a dominant HR strategy over the past ten years. You might be ahead of the game with an Employer Brand solidly in place, attracting industry top talent to your organization. Your killer portals are branded. The candidate experience is ensured and built upon via branded postings and branded newsletters.

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Talent Analytics Start with Recruiting

Webcast | Presented By: Meghan Biro, Kevin Grossman | Webcast Aired: July 31, 2014
The topic of talent analytics is hot right now, especially in recruiting. According to Bersin by Deloitte, more than 60% of companies are increasing investment in this area this year, representing a collective interest in uncovering their ... Read more

Three Things You Need to Know about Job Mobility

Blog | Author: Kimberly Kasper | Source: HCI | Published: July 29, 2014

Anyone navigating the recruiting landscape today knows that no two candidates are alike. But there are certain traits candidates share that can help you predict key outcomes—such as where candidates will land, how well they will work, and how long they will stay. We call this job mobility, and it’s vital that recruiters understand which characteristics tend to classify applicants as “high mobility” or “low mobility” workers. 

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