As Analytics Goes Mainstream, Don’t Get Left Behind

While a handful of trailblazing companies are doing amazing things with analytics, the vast majority of organizations have barely gotten off the ground, despite a broad consensus that analytics is a must-have in today’s business climate. While 71 percent of companies surveyed by Deloitte for its Human Capital Trends 2017 said analytics-driven HR are important (31 percent said “very” important), only 8 percent reported even having usable data!

It’s clear that metrics and analytics in HR is on the cusp of reinventing how HR does its business and that is only one of the reasons why the 19th HR Metrics and Analytics Summit, this February 26-28 in Orlando, is so important. These kinds of analytics are going ‘mainstream’ as executives continue to recognize its value. Organizations without analytics need to get off the sidelines -- or risk losing competitive advantage and being LEFT BEHIND.

Why utilize your valuable resources on this event?

  • Hear from HR leaders who use analytics to improve employee engagement – and boost their company’s bottom line
  • Learn how to get your data in shape for analytics (It’s easier than you think)
  • Come away with the tools you need to build a strategic analytics plan
  • Learn what you need (and don’t need) to get started with analytics by working with what you have

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18th HR Metrics & Analytics Summit l September 11-13 l San Diego, CA

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Key Benefits of Attending

 

Enable Cross-Functional Collaboration: position HR as the head of the executive leadership table

 

Upgrade your KPIs: the workforce metrics you need to use now to scrap the metrics that don't matter

 

Career Development: establish and advance a data-driven HR organization

 

Talk Numbers: analyze the ROI of your people practices & convey a data story to your business leaders

 

Elevate the Employee Experience: the  mission critical priority to drive enhanced business results

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