For a long time the promise of workforce analytics and the subsequent benefits for HR have been described in the media. However most HR groups are still just reporting day-to-day activities, using spreadsheets and tables. These outputs do little to affect business results and hold HR back from being the strategic player that business leaders are looking for.
It is time for HR to step up and use the analytics tools available to them to engage the business and demonstrate real value. Executives and line of business leaders have been asking for this level of contribution for years and it is even more clear now that people data can enhance business results. Complacency and inaction will not get HR to the next level of strategic impact.
In this archived recording, Ian Cook, Product Success leader for Visier, outlines the 4 stages that HR needs to work through in order to “step up” and deliver strategic value from workforce analytics.
- Why spreadsheets and basic reporting are no longer good enough
- How to make your workforce analytics a source of strategic impact by following 4 key steps
- How modern approaches to workforce analytics are saving time and money
- How to demonstrate an ROI from the workforce analytics program