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How to Leverage People Analytics to Develop a Workforce Plan

Updated: Jul 15, 2019

Intuitively, you know that hiring fewer people can help ease your budget. Heck – you might even cut the headcount to meet your annual financial goals. But what impact would it have on talent quality and overall workforce cost? More importantly, how can you model your workforce plan to optimize workforce cost, productivity and efficiency?

All this can be solved with people analytics.

Watch this webinar where HCMI CEO, Jeff Higgins, highlights how people analytics can serve as an effective workforce planning and cost management tool.

More specifically, he covers the following topics:

– Why people analytics and workforce planning are two rooms of the same house – The working model of people analytics and workforce planning – Success example of using people analytics to manage cost in workforce planning

Webinar Video

Presentation Slide Deck

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Jeff Higgins – Founder and CEO of HCMI

Jeff is a global thought leader and frequent speaker on human capital analytics and metrics. A former CFO and senior HR executive, he has over 25 years’ experience in workforce planning, analytics and finance helping organizations around the world quantify the ROI of workforce decisions and realize annual cost saving opportunities of up to $1.0 billion. Prior to starting HCMI, Jeff  had senior leadership roles at Johnson & Johnson, Colgate Palmolive, Klune Industries, Countrywide Financial, IndyMac Bank, and Inform, a leading analytics software company since acquired by SuccessFactors. Jeff is on the SHRM Global Standards Committee on human capital, is a board and founding   member of the Center for Talent Reporting, and is on the PwC Saratoga Institute advisory council.


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