With effective workforce planning and workforce management, you will be able to identify the talent you need to have in place to accomplish your immediate and long-term strategies. Prioritize strategic roles, benchmark your HR planning and workforce data against industry norms, analyze gaps in your current workforce capability, and use predictive modeling to identify the talent and skills you'll need to accomplish business goals.
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It’s your turn to truly get on board with using big data and artificial intelligence to shape your talent acquisition strategy.
Strategic workforce planning matters today because organizations are reporting significant difficulty hiring key talent when they need it. Unemployment is shrinking in many sectors of the economy, and that means many organizations are finding it harder than ever to close talent gaps.
Even if you’re just beginning to be more proactive about workforce planning, you’re still ahead of the two thirds of US employers that don’t do it at all. Recent research from HCI has shown that workforce planning is still a struggle for many organizations, for many reasons.
It goes without saying that successful HR functions are strategic: they play a vocal role in critical business decisions and directly manage or impact a majority of most companies’ expenses. Indeed, in today’s resource-competitive environment CEOs are increasingly looking for the CHRO to play a more critical role in influencing business outcomes.
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In an economy driven by innovation, disruption and constant change, strategic workforce planning is a crucial competency for HR professionals seeking to align workforce strategy with overarching business goals.