2017 Human Capital (HR) Analytics Summit

Date
2017-06-13 - 2017-06-14
Exhibitors
0
Attendees
100
Event contact title
Customer Relations
Event contact first name
Katherine
Event contact last name
Morera
Email
info@the-tma.org
Event contact telephone number
888-339-9599
Notes
Register by 3/10/2017 to Save $500!
Description
This year’s event will showcase case-studies on from organizations that have realized the ROI of talent analytics, learn from the best as they share their journeys in: • How to access BI data and integrate it to analytics models, essentially marrying internal and external data. • Utilizing cloud analytics to analyze more data faster. • Tools to help analytics serve as the common language and empower people to reach insights quickly, collaborate meaningfully, and build a community around data. • Using these analytics with Workforce Planning to create an optimal workforce. • Using Predictive Analytics to assess future hiring needs. • Building a strong pipeline of future talent. • Keeping a pulse of the state of your current talent, their engagement, likelihood of turnover, and maintaining a culture of productivity. • Measuring the current performance of employees and predicting future performance. • Linking employee performance to financial performance and identify areas for change • Finance’s role and the invaluable data they can provide. • Identifying High Potentials and Performers, and plan for future spending on training and learning needs of employees. • Ensuring compensation is fair throughout the company and that performance-based compensation is in line with the company’s key strategic objectives.
Attendee information
Attendees are: C-Suite, Vice Presidents, and Directors in: • Human Resources • Analytics/Metrics/Business Intelligence • Workforce Planning • Compensation • Operations • Finance • Talent Acquisition • Leadership Development • Performance Management • Workforce Management

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