James Tehrani sat down with CEB's HR practice leader during the consultancy's ReimagineHR conference to talk about the future of HR.Read More
How machine learning, a concept developed in the ’60s, is going to take over the tedium of talent analytics.Read More
Business competitiveness is rooted in achieving the right level of analytics fitness in the right areas as part of an enterprise analytics strategy.Read More
Dave Schuler, a high school superintendent, doesn’t need a crystal ball to see which job candidates have the highest potential; he has analytics for that.Read More
We may have an attrition problem, but I'm not quite sure. Our turnover is between 12 and 15 percent the last three years, but this year is ticking closer to 20 percent. This does not include involuntary terminations due to downsizing/restructuring. We know some turnover is due to market factors, and some due to cultural growing pains (we've doubled in size the last five years). From an analytic view, how could we determine if our turnover might present a future lingering problem?
—Starting to Worry, HR manager, software/services, Minnesota
How do we craft a compelling argument to justify the need to retain employees? Our agency is short of staff, yet the unit is saddled with the responsibility of keeping people and property safe by enforcing traffic rules and regulations. We are concerned about the impact of not having adequate staff and want to convince higher-ups to ensure we have the staff we need.
— Critical Need, project specialist, government, Nigeria
Workforce analytics is a confusing topic for many employers. Luckily, there are plenty of software companies developing products to change that.Read More
A USC professor, John Boudreau has written books on the business impact of HR and the use of HR analytics. Workforce spoke with him about the state of talent management.Read More
Disney has become data-conscious in the way it manages its creative workforce.Read More