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Why HR Analytics Alone Is Not Enough!

Updated: Feb 28, 2020

Today, more HR data is readily available than ever before both in terms of volume as well as types of data – and plenty of ways to analyze it, too. But finding ROI in HR analytics is not as simple as getting an HRIS system and a team of data scientists together! Unless you have a proper metric infrastructure and business support capability in place, chances are you and your analytics team might get caught up in details and miss the big opportunity for major business impact.

Where is Workforce Analytics heading in 2020, and what do you need to set your team for success? Watch our webinar to give your Workforce Analytics initiative a boost, and discover the trends, including:

✔️ How integrating HR data with Finance and Operations data can empower your analyses

✔️ What types of classification frameworks are needed for world-class HR analytics

✔️ The importance of HR data literacy and metric standards

✔️ The emergence of mandatory HR metrics disclosure


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About the Presenter

Stephen Weltz Workforce Analytics Manager, HCMI

As a workforce analytics consultant at HCMI, Stephen specializes in synthesizing, analyzing and visualizing seemingly disparate data sets to uncover key workforce insights that link to business results. Stephen combines experience in workforce analytics applied statistical analysis, and organizational research to help companies make better data-driven decisions.

Prior to working at HCMI, Stephen was an organizational consultant for one of the largest hospitals in California, helping to research leadership and team level best practices to inform future workforce development. He has since worked with companies in the Financial, Biotechnology, Oil and Gas Professional Services, and Non-Profit sectors. Stephen holds an M.A. in Organizational Behavior and Evaluation from Claremont Graduate University.

To see more client successes, innovative thinking and practical advice about Workforce Analytics and Planning, visit HCMI's Learning section


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