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Q&A: Metlife Recruiting Director

Q&A: Metlife Recruiting Director

IQPC Exchange interviewed Jane Mehringer, Director of Recruiting for MetLife, about supercharging the recruiting workflow, the most effective systems for employee review analytics, the limitations of data, and more! If you would like to receive a copy via email, email geena.monaco@iqpc.com.

People Analytics Journey

People Analytics Journey

Craig Ramsay is an organizational architect. For more than 20 years he has worked with executives to measure and improve business outcomes and in the meantime has become a trusted partner with a proven record of helping organizations create an employee engagement culture that has a sustainable impact on performance. In this interview he discusses the journey Symantec took in order to achieve Predictive People Analytics. If you would like to receive a copy via email, email geena.monaco@iqpc.com.

The Path to Predictive Analytics in HR

The Path to Predictive Analytics in HR

In the marketing intelligence areas, organizations don’t spend millions of dollars on people and technology just to do the same thing they’ve always done. In this interview, Dave Sachs and Michael Toryfter, Workforce Analytics Managers at Johnson Controls, explain how human resources departments have to show “the money slide” – the savings to be had; the profits to be gained.If you would like to receive a copy via email, email geena.monaco@iqpc.com.

Facebook’s People Planning & Analytics Practices: Interview with Ross Sparkman

Facebook’s People Planning & Analytics Practices: Interview with Ross Sparkman

As the Head of Strategic Workforce Planning at Facebook, Ross Sparkman knows the power that data can yield in an organization when used to drive insight and communicate effectively with leadership. Mr. Sparkman sat down with us to give us a bit of his acumen into the transformation of an organization’s human capital through data visualization and framework development. If you would like to receive a copy via email, email geena.monaco@iqpc.com.

SPEAKER FEATURE: Why People Analytics Initiatives Fail

SPEAKER FEATURE: Why People Analytics Initiatives Fail

According to Bersin by Deloitte, 77% of execs say that people analytics are a priority, but only 29% think they’re successfully using outside data to predict workforce trends, and target the right talent to meet those needs. In an effort to uncover why this is and what HR leaders can do to better improve the ROI of HR analytics, we spoke with past speaker of HR Metrics & Analytics Summit, Daniel Trares, Senior Manager of People Business Intelligence at VMware, about Why People Analytics Initiatives Fail and What You Can Do About It. If you would like to receive a copy via email, email geena.monaco@iqpc.com.

Implementing Cost-based Workforce Planning for Better Results with Salvador Malo, Head of Global Workforce Analytics, Ericsson

Implementing Cost-based Workforce Planning for Better Results with Salvador Malo, Head of Global Workforce Analytics, Ericsson

Ahead of the Summit, we sat down with keynote speaker Salvador Malo, Head of Global Workforce Analytics at Ericsson, to discuss the benefits of implementing a cost-based workforce planning model, how the role of workforce planning in HR will evolve in the next five years and more.

Business decisions are supposed to rely on expected financial returns. However, one of the main drivers of financial returns (the cost of a company’s workforce) is often poorly predicted,leading to cycles of hurried recruitment and mass layoffs. One of the key reasons is the habit of conducting workforce planning based on headcount, where costs are either an afterthought or based on misleading averages. Ericsson has broken this pattern with a cost-of-workforce model that allows real time scenario building and shows future changes in the workforce as changes versus current costs.