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The 5 Steps of Analytics-Driven Workforce Planning

Analytics in HR

Maintain a sufficient level of staffing in order to deliver on their business model (the right time). To determine how to align and sustain these three objectives, HR uses some form of workforce planning. Here are five key steps to use analytics to inform your workforce plans: 1.

Why Quality Matters Now More Than Ever for Staffing and Recruiting Firms


And new technologies, networks, and data sources have expanded options for sourcing talent more successfully. This is all good news for the staffing and recruiting industry, which is experiencing unprecedented growth. The drive to innovate is already blurring the lines between traditional staffing, RPO and MSP as each move aggressively to retool how they attract, source, and manage talent for their clients. Finding and keeping talent is trickier than ever.

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[VIDEO] The Difference Between People Analytics and HR Analytics

Analytics in HR

Traditionally, people analytics, workforce analytics, talent analytics and HR analytics have been used somewhat interchangeable. Workforce analytics was more often used more by software providers that helped on workforce planning, like Willis Towers Watson.

11 HR Analytics Courses Online

Analytics in HR

Courses range from top-level analytics knowledge, to actually doing analytics, basic statistical knowledge, HR data and metrics, and more. These quizzes are quite tough and they require you to pay close attention to the video lectures! Connect different data sets.

Weathering A Pandemic And Preparing For The Next Outbreak: Getting UK Hospitals Ready


The ready-to-watch video-based courses are designed to help mental wellness for workers, maintain the highest levels of hygiene, and develop leadership during times of change and challenge.

Key takeaways from People Analytics World, London 2018 – Part 1

Littal Shemer

People Analytics World is a leading European annual conference on HR Analytics, Workforce Planning and Employee Insight, in which I was privileged to attend on April 2018. Fortunately, the conference organizers offered interactive tools that helped me to plan my agenda in advance.

Conference Twitter Primer #HRtechConf 2018


aoutwater : Sr Director of Marketing for ADP DataCloud Big Data & Analytics (tweets are my own), youth baseball coach, Kayaker/Backpacker, Go Jumbos. ask_dr_nat : Chief Workforce Scientist at Achievers. GerryCrispin : Life-long Student of Staffing. Professional data geek.

The Top 25 Best Applicant Tracking Systems (Updated for 2018)


The integrated platform streamlines various recruiting activities, such as planning the hiring process, sourcing job applications, managing interviews and even organizing post hiring activities. The portal can be customized using video, blogs, testimonials, and more.

New Report Reveals the Trends That Will Define Recruiting in 2017

Linkedin Talent Blog

Nope, it’s not too early – it’s time to start for planning for 2017. If you want to see different data cuts, we also have a Small and Mid-sized Business Recruiting Trends report, as well as one for staffing firms. Diversity, screening automation, and data are key future trends.

Why LAX TechRecruit 2019 is a recruiter’s paradise

Hacker Earth

Lou is the author of the Amazon top-10 best-seller, Hire With Your Head (John Wiley & Sons, 3rd Edition, 2007), The Essential Guide for Hiring & Getting Hired (Workbench Media, 2013) and the Performance-based Hiring video training program (2016).

If You Don’t Ask The Right Qs, You Get The Answers You Deserve!

In Full Bloom HR

But given my already stated plans to wind down my consulting practice, I’ve clearly stepped over the “trying to be ecumenical line” and cast caution to the winds with my comments on some of these questions. How can we bring our data entry-style self service into the mobile and social world?

Prepare Your Questions For #HRTechWorld and #HRTechConf

In Full Bloom HR

Given my already stated plans to wind down my consulting practice, I’ve clearly stepped over the “trying to be ecumenical line” and cast caution to the winds with my answers to some of these questions. for the current era and to clean up you ratty data and coding structures for the future.