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Helping organizations in Asia accelerate their adoption of workforce analytics

2016 Webcast Series


How to build and structure a workforce analytics team

It’s one of the greatest challenges facing HR leaders today - how to use workforce management analytics to gain insight into an organization’s business processes and performance. But many companies struggle to identify and build a team around workforce analytics. Join us at this webinar where a panel of experts will share their experience and discuss - how organizations should organize their analytics team for the greatest impact, what is the right mix of data visualizers, modelers and business-oriented analysts in the team and, how to find the right talent, engage and retain them.

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How to select the right workforce metrics?

To ensure success in workforce analytics initiatives, the appropriate selection and measurement of workforce metrics is very important. Although data sources abound in organizations, not all available data is suited for high quality workforce analytics. HR practitioners need to learn to differentiate between the various workforce metrics and identify the metrics that best fit their needs. At this webinar, join our resident Workforce Analytics Institute (WAI) experts Siddharth Mehta and Caitlin Pan who along with our guest expert Marcus Champ will share insights and experiences on how to identify and measure key workforce metrics.

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Creating a business case for analytics

With the ever increasing attention on workforce analytics, many HR professionals are concerned about successfully initiating and implementing workforce analytics within their organization. One way to get started is to focus on creating a clear business case for analytics. A clear articulation of the approach to workforce analytics helps gain stakeholder support as well as increase resources allocated to the analytics cause. At this webinar, join our resident Workforce Analytics Institute (WAI) experts Siddharth Mehta and Caitlin Pan who along with our guest expert Marcus Champ will share strategies on how to make a business case for workforce analytics.

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2015 Webcast Series

WAI hosted its first series of complimentary one-hour webcasts for HR leaders in 2015.

The first webcast, in August 2015, covered “Getting Started with Workforce Analytics” and provided critical guidance on where to start and what to measure with workforce analytics and how analytics can support strategic business decisions. The presenters were subject-matter experts Caitlin Pan, senior researcher for human capital at The Conference Board, and Siddharth Mehta, ASEAN workforce planning & analytics practice leader for Mercer.

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The second webcast, in September 2015, asked “What Metrics Should We Be Measuring?” with presenters Caitlin Pan from The Conference Board and Dion Groeneweg, partner and HR transformation & workforce planning leader for growth markets for Mercer, sharing insights on how to identify and measure key workforce metrics.

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The third webcast, in October 2015, covered “Telling the Story with Data,” explain how to harness workforce data to tell a powerful story, and give tips on how to engage leaders in a focused and high-energy dialogue on workforce analytics and planning. Caitlin Pan from The Conference Board and Siddharth Mehta from Mercer presented.


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Effective Analytics for Talent Retention


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HR Gets Analytical


Analyzing massive amounts of data to describe, predict, and prescribe a course of action is changing some HR practices and revealing the importance of others.


WAI Insights 2016

  • Dec 2016: Strategies to Increase Employee Productivity
    To better understand the strategies used by companies in Asia to raise productivity, in October 2016 the Workforce Analytics Institute (WAI) surveyed HR executives across the region, augmented by individual interviews. Three key themes emerged.

  • May 2016: Define Your Workforce Analytics Roadmap
    The Workforce Analytics Institute’s 2015 pulse survey shows that more employers in Asia are taking on workforce analytics, with 92% of respondents in our October survey indicating that they have started or have plans to get started on workforce analytics.

WAI Insights 2015

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