Workforce Analytics: Changing and Winning the Game

Human resources (HR) is an increasingly strategic player in gaining a competitive advantage, especially in terms of workforce analytics. But HR organizations struggle when they spend too much time gathering data instead of acting on it. By implementing a comprehensive workforce analytics solution, they will start to win the "changing game" and—more importantly—drive corporate results that matter.

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2014 Guide to Severance and Workforce Transition

The current pace at which the business world is changing is unprecedented—a pace that results in constant reassessment of organizational goals and focus. As the economy continues to fluctuate, and the economic future remains uncertain, eliminating positions remains commonplace.

Commonness, however, does not make the elimination of positions any easier on the worker whose job is disappearing. Therefore, many organizations offer severance packages to ease the transition between roles, temper... Read More

Analytics, Analytics, Analytics: The Future of HR

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Without human resources (HR) analytics, organizations will lose the race for talent. HR leaders recognize they must change how they recruit, engage, develop, and retain people in order to improve business performance and remain competitive. Hear from industry experts, how forward-thinking organizations can use workforce science and analytics to turn data into insights and then into action. Speakers include Jeremy Shapiro, Executive Director at Morgan Stanley; Jim Lundy, Founder & CEO of Aragon... Read More

Take HR to the Next Level: Engage Your Employees to Drive Better Business Value

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Human resources (HR) professionals know how critical people are to business success. But what’s more elusive is how to unlock the true potential of people. This discussion focuses on the interrelated topics of people, work and culture, and some new approaches to optimizing all three.

Workforce science analytics can help determine what talent to recruit and hire and also how to deploy, develop, and engage them and help them be successful. Social cooperation tools can help employees connect... Read More

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