Human resources, or sometimes referred to as Human Capital, goes beyond just focusing on diversity, demographics, and the skills and qualifications of your people. It also involves understanding your organization, how it performs, and how the people you bring in to the organization fit into the overall matrix.
Whether your organization is data driven or not – taking an apples to apples look at your data will help you make the right choices in your daily work lives and the future organizational direction.
This session will cover:
1. How to perform demographic research on your customers and compare them to your people.
2. How to perform market research on your customers, your people, and your organization.
3. How to cleanse your data to ensure you’re not looking at skewed results.
4. How this applies to HR – and why knowing your analytics will help you make better decisions in hiring and policies for the organization.
So why should you care about data?
Data is factual. Sure, you can manipulate #’s to make something look better than it really is….but the #’s still don’t lie. They give you a true assessment of what you’re doing, how it’s performing, and what you can do to improve the results.
This session will also discuss how to capture this data, how to analyze it, and how to report it to the appropriate stakeholders. (Your sales and marketing team will thank you for it – or, if they already have this information, you can save yourself a great deal of time and effort.)
Who Should Participate
HR Analysts, HR Managers, Chief Data Officers, Directors of Talent Acquisition, Hiring Managers
What You Will Learn
How to perform demographic research on your customers and compare them to your people.
How to perform market research on your customers, your people, and your organization.
How to cleanse your data to ensure you’re not looking at skewed results.
How this applies to HR – and why knowing your analytics will help you make better decisions in hiring and policies for the organization.
Our vision is to make our clients be unique – so they stand out from the rest of the competition with a clear and simple value proposition to understand – showcasing your products and services in a way that makes sense.
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