Most organizations approach health and wellness programs as perks to be enjoyed at the discretion of employees. This approach ensures the company will never reap the benefits of a happier, healthier workforce. In this HCI Keynote video, Ragini ...Read more
Bringing great people into your organization and keeping them engaged is getting tougher by the day. Yet, many companies are still running the same old HR playbook where help tickets disappear into a black hole, communication is strictly ...Read more
A recent report from the IBM Smarter Workforce Institute, “Starting the Workforce Analytics Journey: The First 100 Days,” detailed a 10 step process of how to take 100 days to set up an analytics-enabled HR function. In reality, it’s how to take 100 days to plan your Workforce Analytics Journey.
In the past few years, the HR technology world has evolved from being a system of record to a system for talent management. These systems now present organizations with an opportunity to learn about their talent beyond just names, addresses and phone numbers. From recruitment systems that tap into people-data consolidators like LinkedIn, to enterprise social networks that enable people to connect in meaningful ways, now there are so many ways to really know your people. So have we really come far?
The idea of HR getting a seat at the table was already “close to 20 years” old when Fast Company published its infamous article, Why We Hate HR, a decade ago. Yet in the past year the rhetoric around this topic has escalated ...Read more
Workforce Planning is the business process of projecting labor supply based on where you are today, capturing labor demand for where you want to go, comparing the two, analyzing costs, and aligning the organization on the actions to take to ...Read more
New research by Harvard Business Review Analytic Services has found a large gap between what companies want from the CHRO— for example, considering revenue, market share, and other business outcomes when making workforce plans—and the ...Read more
Just recently, Visier released the results of their 2015 Executive Survey and revealed a surprising statistic about the future of HR leaders. According to the survey, 63% of executives said that the most effective CHROs come from non-HR backgrounds like Finance, Operations or Legal. The study also revealed that non-HR executives are split on what the role of HR should be.
Most companies sit on a wealth of workforce data – 16 million data points on average for a Fortune 500 company, much of that stored in HR systems. Yet only a very small percentage (4%) of companies have figured out how to harness that data to manage and predict workforce performance. This webcast will offer tips on how to translate big data findings into business insights and actionable outcomes.
I heard an HR success story the other day, or at least it started out that way. A friend who is a risk engineering consultant at a global insurance company was recounting a development program he attended, and the benefits of participation. He was able to network with peers from across the organization in an authentic way, and during the course of the program, he met several individuals with specialized knowledge that he plans to leverage to support his work in the company.