86% of companies do not have any HR analytics capabilities

According to Deloitte’s 2014 Human Capital Trends survey, 86% of companies do not have any analytics capabilities in HR, and 67% are ‘weak’ at using HR data to predict workforce performance and improvement.

At the Workforce and HR Analytics Summit West 2015 (March 9-10, San Diego) experienced HR leaders will share how they have reshaped their HR analytics from reporting factories to strategic solution providers that answer some of the most important business questions.

To find out more about the summit, click here see the brochure.

Hear from 20+subject matter experts, including:

  • Michael Cook, Vice President, Workforce Analytics at Credit Suisse
  • Ian O'Keefe, Head of Talent Analytics at Sears Holdings Corporation
  • Jason Feliciano, HR Insights and Analytics Partner at McGraw Hill Financial
  • Suzanne Bell, Director, HR Strategy, Talent Planning & Change Management at Toyota Financial Services
  • Michael LeBrun, Sr. Manager, Strategic Workforce Planning & Talent Analytics at Toyota Financial Services
  • J. Damien DeLuca, Senior Manager, Workforce Analytics and Planning at PepsiCo
  • Brian Fruchey, Analytics Manager, Talent Acquisition, eBay, Inc
  • Annette Blount, Manager, Workforce Analytics and Global Reporting at Wyndham Worldwide

To find out who else is speaking and see the full agenda, click here to download the brochure.


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