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Strength in Numbers

HRO Today

Cigna’s CHRO John Murabito leverages a data-rich people strategy to drive proactive business decisions. He also shares two enablers of Cigna’s talent strategy: data and unique employee benefits. How does the data you have help advise and guide the business?

A Strong Dose of Strategy

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And the lack of vision was affecting the organization’s hiring outcomes: Ninety-day retention was extremely low. Involuntary turnover was high compared to the competition. Cost of turnover was conservatively $20,000 per hire.

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New Virtual Reality

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Adopt a data-driven approach. Data and analytics can offer insight into talent pipelines, helping organizations recruit best-fit talent. His company leverages both internal and external data to build a talent plan that can support the business.

Going Beyond Basic Benefits

HRO Today

By building a family-friendly workplace, employers can do more than just lift the burden off their employees: They can improve productivity, employee engagement, loyalty, retention, diversity, and ultimately, business performance. Historical enrollment data. Benchmark.

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Lisa Hannum: “How to Create a Fantastic Work Culture”

Thrive Global

Providing people with rich growth and development opportunities is critical to engagement, satisfaction and retention. The data is clear on the direct and destructive affect disengaged employees have on organizational productivity, profitability, sales, customer satisfaction and turnover.

Seven Steps to Meaningful Diversity and Inclusion Metrics

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Magazines, consulting companies, and a host of other groups use their own metric systems to determine who will get recognition awards and ascend to the top of their employer of choice lists. And due to the need to measure along custom criteria, a number of private companies have metrics they use to measure their own programs against their own internal benchmarks. For example, let’s say that the turnover of female top performers in your organization is costing $1.5