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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. In this article, we will dive into what workforce planning is, the process, give a number of examples, and end with a toolkit on how to get started when you want to start planning your workforce.

Strategic Workforce Planning is the Way Forward

Cielo HR Leader

While McKinsey’s famous ‘war for talent’ may have dwindled to little more than a skirmish in many markets over recent years, it never died out completely and has remained hard fought in many of the emerging nations in the east and the south. In this issue we talk to Steve Hunt, Director of Resourcing at the French multi-national, Thales Group, about his company’s decision to build a substantial in-house team to manage recruitment and personnel development.

“Talent Management? Isn’t That for Hollywood?”

HR Daily Advisor

Talent management? Bersin, a highly respected consultant who is Principal and Founder of Bersin by Deloitte, Deloitte Consulting, offered his research and tips for succeeding with the new talent agenda. Most of HR is designed for long-term employment, he says, but the recession, coupled with the ages of employees, leads to a much more mobile workforce, and that’s a really critical issue for 2015. Talent Acquisition & Access. Workforce Capabilities.

Innovative HR and Why Technology Innovators Can’t Survive Without It

Visier

Editor’s note: This popular post has been updated with new data and information to ensure you’re ready for the talent demands of today and the future. When it comes to engineers and developers, the competition for talent is truly global, and getting more fierce by the minute.

Five Ways Talent Forecasting Transforms Recruiting

SuccessFactors

By Lisa Hartley, VP of Product and Sales Strategy for Recruiting at SuccessFactors (Originally posted on the HR Executive Online) Increasing demands on HR departments to find the “A” players who boost the bottom line are turning recruiting into a competitive sport. Recruiting HCM hr HR Recruiting Integrated Talent Management Predictive analytics Strategic Workforce Planning Talent Forecasting Talent Management

2014 HRPS Global Conference: Empower Your Talent with Purpose

Cielo HR Leader

The changing economy is rapidly altering how organizations view talent. Challenges such as the impending retirement cliff, an increasing skills gap and talent shortages, as well as the persistent difficulty of retaining top employees—who are creating havoc across all companies and industries. These challenges demand the status quo for talent acquisition and talent management strategies be modernized, updated and transformed in an effort for to stay competitive.

The Value of HR Analytics: Why Every Company Should Be A Quantified Organization

Visier

Since joining Visier, I’ve been thinking a lot about the value of workforce analytics. In fact, a consistent finding from the annual Sierra-Cedar HR Systems Survey (which I managed for 16 years) was that “ organizations with workforce analytics outperform.”. Manager Access to Analytics. QO’s provide managers with direct access to analytics rather than funneling it through analytics specialists. HR Leadership HR leadership advice HR Tech workforce analytics

Using people analytics to improve health care performance

HR Times

Using data to drive more effective health care workforce planning. Along with overall consolidation in the industry, the health care workforce is undergoing radical changes that come with challenges: Rising turnover —While the national rate of hospital employee turnover leveled off at 17.1 percent in 2015 (slightly below 2014), 2 bedside registered nurse (RN) turnover increased from 16.4 percent in 2014 to 17.2 Posted by Brian Augustian on August 18, 2017.

Using people analytics to improve health care performance

Bersin

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 More than half (55 percent) of the RN workforce is age 50 or older.