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A Guide to Strategic Workforce Planning

Analytics in HR

Workforce planning is often mentioned – but rarely explained. What is workforce planning, and how do you do it? When used well, strategic workforce planning enables HR to plan for the capabilities they need in the future. What is Workforce Planning?

The Rise of the People Strategy Platform

Visier

PwC’s 18th Annual Global CEO survey, which included a report on People strategy for the digital age: A new take on talent , identified six key priorities for CEOs and HR: Rethinking people strategy.

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Talent Management & Development Journey to Japan

China Gorman

Imagine that you’re the Global Head of Talent at an employer with a significant number of employees in Japan. And then understand that in 2014, 26% of Japan’s population was estimated to be 65 years or older, and the Health and Welfare Ministry has estimated that over-65s will account for 40% of the population by 2060. Then think about how your workforce planning activities will be impacted by this shifting demographic.

Solving the Talent Crunch

HR Daily Advisor

The HR Daily Advisor recently sat down with Zoe Harte, Senior Vice President of Human Resources & Talent Innovation at Upwork to discuss the current hiring crisis and what can be done about it. The good news is that HR is seeing the benefits of reframing its talent needs this way.

Using people analytics to improve health care performance

Bersin with Deloitte

Posted by Brian Augustian on August 18, 2017. Using data to drive more effective health care workforce planning. percent in 2015 (slightly below 2014), 2 bedside registered nurse (RN) turnover increased from 16.4 percent in 2014 to 17.2

Using people analytics to improve health care performance

HR Times

Posted by Brian Augustian on August 18, 2017. Using data to drive more effective health care workforce planning. percent in 2015 (slightly below 2014), 2 bedside registered nurse (RN) turnover increased from 16.4 percent in 2014 to 17.2