Technology Revolutionizing Workplace Wellness
DECEMBER 28, 2016
Wellness in the workplace is a huge and growing trend these days. That’s why employers are introducing wellness programs in droves, and at the same time turning to technology as a tool to monitor, promote, and reward their employees’ fitness achievements. employers offer a wellness program, an increase from 58 percent in 2008. Program analytics. Makes sense, right?
HR Analytics – The “GPS” of True HR Transformation
MARCH 31, 2016
The same could be said – most recently – for the terms, “workforce analytics,” “talent analytics,” and other variants of this. Given the frequency of use of both, it is critical to understand what HR transformation really is and the role workforce analytics plays in effective HR transformation. Numbers behind HR – benchmarking & analytics. What is HR Transformation?
Analytics Must Be HR’s Top Priority To Be Strategic
OCTOBER 13, 2016
Unfortunately, HR leaders are frequently so busy that most haven’t found the time to realize that “The War For The Future of HR” is already over, and “data analytics” has won! And that approach served HR executives well. Because of their rapid growth and rise to dominance, CEOs at other firms now want to adopt the analytics approach made famous by these top firms.
Why Corporate Wellness Programs Need a Dose of Occupational Therapy and Analytics
DECEMBER 8, 2016
Workplace wellness programs are typically not measured or measured only at very broad levels, such as cost savings or return on investment (ROI). Workplace wellness is hot. Fortune magazine describes the wellness programs of the Fortune 100 companies, and suggests benefits such as: Healthier, more productive working employees. Do corporate wellness programs work?
The definitive guide to choosing the right applicant tracking system
throughout your evaluation as well. Recruiting analytics that measure KPIs such as the stage-to-stage. Lastly, the analytics built into such recruiting software is designed. This means that a well-run selection process for choosing. should offer you a customized price as well as general contract length. system should be an exciting endeavor, not a daunting task.
Five HR Analytics Terms You Need to Know
OCTOBER 28, 2016
The sheer volume of information HR analytics can bring to the table has moved HR practitioners from an out-of-sight, out-of-mind, back-room business function to a major player when it comes to company goal-setting and overall planning. The key to getting your arms around Big Data and analytics is to do your research and start to understand it. Five HR analytics terms you need to know.
Why I don’t really like the whole analytics and big data thing in HR
What is Paul Thinking
MARCH 18, 2016
It’s been something in the back of mind, wound tight, ready to spring with the right trigger – the feeling this whole mad, headlong rush into big data and predictive analytics for HR isn’t right. But mostly, analytics is about bettering the firm, the C-suite, the stockholders, the investors – yep – pretty much everyone BUT the employees. I get the analytics and data thing.
Technology Revolutionizing Workplace Wellness
DECEMBER 16, 2016
Wellness in the workplace is a huge and growing trend these days. That’s why employers are introducing wellness programs in droves, and at the same time turning to technology as a tool to monitor, promote, and reward their employees’ fitness achievements. employers offer a wellness program, an increase from 58 percent in 2008. Program Analytics. Makes sense, right?
The 4 Elements of Analytics Storytelling
MARCH 2, 2017
To add strategic value and establish credibility, HR analysts should embrace the art of storytelling—by shaping workforce data into a well-crafted narrative that includes all the key elements of any good story: a plot, setting, characters, and conclusion. Here’s how to use those four elements to help tell your analytics story. Workforce Intelligence 101 workforce analytics
Employer Branding Ebook
13 Well, we, uh. information well before the first correspondence. leaders, you’ll need web developers, creative thinkers, social media strategists, content creators, Google Analytics gurus, and more. well-designed, user-friendly site will score you big points with job applicants. Optimizing Your Website 41 Use Google Analytics (which is extremely thorough and free!)
Top 5 HR Analytics Articles: Fall 2016 Edition
OCTOBER 24, 2016
Whether it was Mark Berry ’s talk on “Quantifying HR with Advanced HR Analytics,” or the “Ask the Expert” Datafication of HR panel of Visier customers joined by Josh Bersin , or Al Adamsen’s interview of tech evangelists on the future of HR analytics, conference attendees couldn’t get enough on the topic of workforce intelligence. Applying Analytics Can Enhance Workforce Planning.
Applying Domain Expertise to Big Data Analytics
MARCH 15, 2017
Despite years of hype, development, and openhanded spending, big data and business analytics haven’t lived up to their massive potential. I believe it’s because of their unique and innovative approach to business—and more specifically, human resources—analytics. Sorenson has a depth of experience investing in both HR and analytics companies. So, we looked deeper.
Predictive Analytics Can Improve Quality of Hire
Cielo HR Leader
FEBRUARY 27, 2017
There are all sorts of analytics out there – some to tell you what has happened and others to give you an idea of what will happen. Predictive analytics, if used correctly, will bolster your strategy for attracting talent, streamline your recruitment process, identify your workforce needs and improve Quality of Hire. Some questions to consider include: What is expected?
How To Reduce Employee Turnover with Workforce Analytics
SEPTEMBER 30, 2016
The Era of Workforce Analytics. The desire to explore the relationships between metrics and know with certainty what levers are pulling workforce trends has ushered in the era of Workforce Analytics (a.k.a. ‘HR HR analytics’ or ‘talent analytics’). Analytics In Action: The Employee Resignation Conundrum. How To Reduce Employee Turnover with HR Analytics.
New Research: 2017 Workforce Analytics and Strategy Report
JANUARY 31, 2017
We recently completed some very interesting research here at Lighthouse focused on workforce analytics and strategy, a powerful combination for today’s HR and talent leaders. Here’s a selection from the report : It seems we can’t turn around today with hearing about “big data” and “predictive analytics.” HR Analytics New Research Predictive Analytics
What Employee Analytics Won't Tell You
JANUARY 19, 2016
Many businesses are reaping the benefits from employee data analytics. What many businesses are beginning to focus on in addition to performance is employee analytics. Objections to be Aware of Regarding Employee Analytics. labor analytics employee engagementMetrics are often what motivate and drive companies to target and pursue new audiences, products, and services.
How to Use Google Analytics to Measure Mobile Recruiting
ExactHire HR Trends
APRIL 28, 2016
This isn’t a beginner’s guide to understanding analytics; however, even if you are new to recruitment analytics I encourage you to read this post for its tips for using Google Analytics to measure mobile recruiting activity. Then, find your favorite marketing department buddy and plan to explore Google Analytics with his or her assistance. Where do visitors originate?
The Role Of HR Analytics In Workforce Planning
APRIL 14, 2016
Workforce planning and HR analytics have become a key focus point for HR professionals around the world, as they confront new challenges in finding and retaining the right employees. A recent survey by Harvard Business Review Analytic Services found that for the vast majority of respondents, inadequate workforce planning has prevented them from meeting business goals. via Forbes.
Five HR Analytics Terms You Need to Know
OCTOBER 18, 2016
The sheer volume of information HR analytics can bring to the table has moved HR practitioners from an “out of sight out of mind” back room business function, to a major player when it comes to company goal setting and overall planning. The key to getting your arms around big data and analytics is to do your research and start to understand it. People analytics. Data mining.
How Workforce Analytics Helps Prevent Another Bad Hire
AUGUST 25, 2016
The consultant created a candidate scoring process that promised to identify which candidates would stay and perform well long-term. However, the opposite proved to be true: when the organization started using Visier’s workforce intelligence solution , the analytics revealed that the so-called “high scoring” candidates (who were hired!) You can read the first post here.
People Analytics: Tapping into a Powerful Resource
JULY 29, 2016
HR has relied on the use of data and analytics for years but has only recently begun to embrace people analytics. Defined as using a data-driven approach to inform your people practices, programs and processes, people analytics is a powerful resource for HR. And, as Josh Bersin has said , “…People Analytics” as a business discipline has arrived.
5 Fun Physical Activities to Boost Your Worksite Wellness
JUNE 3, 2016
There’s no need to turn into a fitness guru overnight, but there are ways to incorporate small doses of physical activity to boost worksite wellness at your company. . This works for those who who thrive on pounding the pavement in their running shoes, as well as the rest of us mere mortals who prefer to erhhm… enjoy the scenic route. Culture WellnessYoga time.
Moving from HR Reports to HR Analytics in Asia
AUGUST 30, 2016
Businesses and boardrooms around the globe have long been aware of the importance of big data analytics, visualization of first-hand information and trend predictions – all keys to outrun your competition and to manage risks before they really happen. poor indexing leading to poor performance, inexistent relations between tables as well as proprietary design, all seem to be the result of the efforts made by the software giants in the past two decades. The post Moving from HR Reports to HR Analytics in Asia appeared first on EmployeeConnect. Analytics HR Tech Technology
Nobel Prize In Economics Goes To MIT And Harvard Professors For Work Involving Workforce Analytics
OCTOBER 11, 2016
“The new theoretical tools created by Hart and Holmstrom are valuable to the understanding of real-life contracts and institutions, as well as potential pitfalls in contract design.” “Having workforce analytics be a part of a Nobel Prize in Economics, from prestigious academic organizations like MIT and Harvard shows the continued momentum and growth in this space”, says Greta Roberts Roberts, CEO of Talent Analytics, Corp. Oliver Hart and Bengt Holmström will share this year’s award for their contributions to contract theory.
Making Quicker, More Informed Decisions With Predictive Analytics
JULY 14, 2016
Thought leaders and subject matter experts have been saying for quite some time that the future of analytics and Big Data is predictive analytics. However, the ability to predict the future with a high level of confidence via the combination of Big Data and next-generation analytics solutions is truly here to stay. Mohawk: A manufacturer of carpet and flooring products, Mohawk also uses the Internet of Things (IOT) for both proactive monitoring of customer returns and manufacturing and underlying analytics of sensor-based data to ultimately achieve real cost savings.
The HR Fortuneteller Myth: 3 Ways Your Boss Doesn’t “Get” Predictive Analytics
FEBRUARY 13, 2015
And while absolute certainty is never possible, predictive analytics can help organizations look at past workforce behavior to determine what is most likely to happen and plan accordingly. But watch out: predictive analytics is no panacea, and you will be in a better position to take advantage of this emerging technology capability if you can sort fact from fiction.
Talent Analytics: A Crystal Ball For Your Workforce?
AUGUST 5, 2016
We’ve been listening to the buzz around Big Data and Talent Analytics for a couple of years now. Hard numbers helped build those rosters: no one’s gotten to be a star midfielder or striker without awesome stats, one of the original forms of Talent Analytics, when you think about it. But Talent Analytics can do a whole lot of the heavy lifting. Those winning World Cup teams?
#SEanalytics HR Analytics - part 2
SEPTEMBER 19, 2016
In part 1 of this post I described the typical data and technology oriented approach to HR analytics and then ran out of space sharing my personality analysis from IBM Watson. You can do analytics this way, but lots of organisations don’t have the data or technology. It is technology and data which is causing change in analytics but it’s not the best place to start doing analytics.
#HRGV2016: HR Analytics and Artistry
MARCH 10, 2016
And I liked that suggestion in the second session that there are two types of decision making - the human type demonstrated by Alex Ferguson at MUFC - the last of the great intuitive coaches, and the analytical type where the goal is to quantify human capital and the way business performance is provided through people. Well people may not be fluffy but they are squishy. Art of HR
How Analytics Can Empower Your HR Strategy
Great Place to Work
APRIL 17, 2015
Lessons from SAS, One of the World’s Best Workplaces Business analytics and software provider SAS is well known for using HR analytics to improve its own performance as well as its clients'' performance. Jennifer Nenadic, Manager of Enterprise Analytic Services at SAS, will be sharing HR analytics insights at the 2015 Great Place to Work® Conference on April 22-23 in Dallas, TX. Recently, I interviewed Jennifer about her upcoming conference session. Blogs
3 reasons to embrace performance analytics
JUNE 16, 2016
When it comes to developing talent, there are few tools more helpful than analytics. The best way to do this is use analytics to build a performance-driven workforce that embraces the company mission. Using analytics to develop consistent feedback and measurement will help HCM professionals determine areas in need of improvement. explained. Hire right the first time.
#Analytics, Analytics, Analytics - NOT The Future of #HR #hrtechconf #hrtecheurope
OCTOBER 7, 2014
Yes - it''s the Analytics, Analytics, Analytics focus which kicks off HR Technology (US) this year. But analytics isn''t even close to playing the role that HR tech can play. But other than filling a conference room, all of this hype around the topic does us (HR, and HR Analytics professionals) no good what so ever. I do understand the link. We don''t have Watson.
Standing up a data analytics organization:
MAY 14, 2015
Data analytics, the science of examining raw data (coming from anywhere internally or externally) with the purpose of drawing conclusions about that information, has been a hot topic for several years. Many companies are racing to develop analytics organizations and resources within their company. Building analytics capabilities starts with determining your specific desired outcomes.
Agility through workforce analytics
FEBRUARY 29, 2016
Analytics capability is a top human capital trend. Two of the 10 trends in Deloitte’s Global Human Capital Trends 2015 report directly focused on analytics, and as we prepare to launch the 2016 report in the next couple of weeks, I can tell you that analytics will remain a top trend. Workforce Analytics. Putting the possible into practice. Related links.
CEB Reimagine HR - Analytic Transformation of Talent
OCTOBER 15, 2015
I talked to Brian Kropp and Jean Martin about why HR analytics seems to be behind all the other areas of the business. There’s still a belief, supported by vendor promises, that providing more predictive value within HR requires something like a physics equation - about laws which are lived the same way every time something happens, but there’s an art to it as well.
People Analytics 101 with Josh Bersin
Cornerstone On Demand
AUGUST 4, 2015
Analytics is the new buzzword in talent management, but that doesn't mean it's the new reality. While three in four companies believe using people analytics is important, only 8 percent think their organization is “strong" in the area—with no improvement since 2014. Why is the topic of analytics just now taking off for HR departments?