This webinar will highlight how employers who has a lot of data about their employees can effectively find out related and un-related data, how to process it for and use as a simulator tool, create performance and engagement analytic and overall create simple but effective HR analytics process.
Why You Should Attend:
The average employer has a surprising amount of data available regarding their employees. Data with which to make better decisions. The question is why not harness that data? Why sit around talking about what our employees’ value and want when we already have data that will tell us, even sometimes pointing out some surprises which we never would have noticed on our own. Why not even go further and combine business data with HR data to drive business performance across the people functions?
It’s easy to know that data that determines if an employee is engaged will also have some correlation to performance. Just as interesting is to find relationships between data that while on the surface appears unrelated, becomes upon review, a fresh and useful perspective. You don’t have to be a math major to appreciate what great new ideas you can discover when you use numbers to link people with the business.
Attend this webinar to understand how to make good decisions using data as a simulator tool, how ethically you can use data to create performance analytic, engagement analytics and overall what to do to have your HR analytics simple and effective.
Areas Covered in the Session :
- Using data to make good HR decisions vs just fix HR problems after they’ve happened
- How to get started
- The seven things you need to make sense of data, other than data
- How to make sense of non-related data
- Using data as a simulator tool
- Ethics in using employee data
- How to use data that you have that you may never have considered using
- Performance analytics
- Engagement analytics
- How you can thrive using data even if you “hate numbers.”
- Why employees actually wish you’d use more numbers when it comes to making HR decisions
- The KISS (Keep It Simple Silly) method of HR analytics
Who Should Attend:
- Plant Managers and Upper Management
- HR Directors, Managers, Generalists and Associates
- Safety Managers and Associates
- Small Business Owners