17th HR Metrics & Analytics Summit
Do the gaps outlined above sound familiar? Regardless of whether you're a HR professional who is part of a mature analytics organization moving towards predictive capabilities, or if you're only starting out on your analytics journey, you'll likely face a host of challenges as you try to tie actionable business intelligence to the mountains of siloed HR data repositories you're sitting on. Given the competitive nature of the current labor market, it's not enough to track a few metrics just to tick off a box; analytics in action is what you need to master. That's the theme of HRIQ's 17th HR Metrics & Analytics Summit, taking place in Orlando February 27–March 1, and we have designed a comprehensive program to bring you up to speed. The future state of the workforce is shifting: analytics can help you uncover leading indicators of changes to come. The 2017 speaker faculty compromise of HR leaders from Facebook, AMD, BlackRock, Anthem, GE Capital, Lowe's, and other innovative companies that will detail their initiatives for optimizing the employee experience.