They Have Got It All Wrong! Why Most Analytics Training Fails.

Four years ago, I was just about the only one speaking professionally in the Philippines about  Analytics. Now so called experts are a dime a dozen. The demand for this kind of training has skyrocketed as companies are losing the war for talent all across the globe, with few jobs as hard to fill with good talent as BPO jobs in the Philippines. But these training mostly have it all wrong. They will teach you a lot of technical things that sound great in a class room, but are extremely hard to implement unless you work in an enlightened company that encourages curiosity and empowers data-driven decisions across to organization.

So one big thing right now is using analytics in HR to find more candidates, to hire better candidates, and retain them.  Its working in the U.S and all across the globe. This is a direct reflection of overwhelming demand for so called white collar professional jobs The hot answer going around right now to this challenge is sending analysts, managers and leaders to trainings. Hoping they will learn about hot new trends and analytics techniques to get more out of an investment in the company’s analytics plans. However, from my perspective, this is the flavor of the month thinking. And you know what? It’s not going to work.

Why? Good Analytics doesn’t come from just external training and technology. Those two pieces are important to an overall analytics strategy. But the most important piece, and the one being overlooked right now is the business culture. If the business culture is not ready to truly accept a shift towards data-driven decision-making an away from old school methods and decisions made off of gut feel, then the going to one of these trainings wont amount to a hill of beans at the end of the day.

This is why I spend so much of my time talking about culture, and why I expose that analytics is as much art as it is science. You need the technology, which is abundant. You need the talent, which is hard to find but out there. And you need the culture, where you analysts can use the technology to not just build reports and mine big data, but to illustrate opportunities and discover solutions that can really drive the business forward.

That is what you want out of a training on HR analytics. Not just technobabble and reporting tricks, but something that will truly help you mold the culture of your business to get the most out of your analytics.

In closing, I have recently published a guidebook for using analytics in your business. If you are interested in learning more and would like to get a copy of Putting Your Data To Work , connect with me via e-mail at analytics@dmaiph.com

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The Philippines is at the center of the action when it comes to solutions to the global need for analytics. Blessed with a solid foundation of young, educated and English speaking workforce, companies around the world are look for Filipino analytics talent to fill analytics positions.

DMAIPH HR & Recruitment Analytics – The recruitment and retention of top talent is the biggest challenge facing just about every organization. You really have to Think Through The Box to come up with winning solutions to effectively attract, retain and manage talent in the Philippines today. DMAIPH is a leading expert in empowering HR & Recruitment teams with analytics techniques to optimize their talent acquisition and management processes. Contact DMAIPH now at analytics@dmaiph.com or connect with me directly to learn how to get more analytics in your HR & Recruitment process so you can rise to the top in the ever quickening demand for top talent.

Introduction to Recruitment Analytics

A standard definition of Recruitment Analytics is simply the metrics and analysis that relates to recruiting in a business.

However, we all know it’s actually a lot more challenging in practice.

When did you start first thinking about analytics in your recruitment process?

From my experience very few recruitment professionals actually have a solid grasp of how to use the data in their business to drive recruitment related decision-making.

Adding to the lack of analytics knowledge, we have new technologies like social networks, applicant tracking systems and business intelligence applications that are fundamentally changing the entire recruitment process from sourcing to placement.

What are some of the recent technological changes you have seen in recruitment? Are you using technology to your advantage?

Most of your peers are not. Based on my observations and interactions I’d say only about 20% of companies currently operating in the Philippines are using anything beyond MS Excel to manage their talent pipeline.

This is true even though the pressure to deliver results has never been greater.

Recruitment managers are now more than ever required to demonstrate the return on investment their efforts are contributing to the bottom line.

Now we are starting to see a wide spread interest in bringing more analytics into the recruitment process.

Are you expected by your boss to find ways to use analytics to bring about change with recruitment in your organization?

Every recruiting organization is looking for a way to better understand what’s working and what’s not working in their recruiting strategy.

With real-time recruitment metrics & reporting, we can finally know what’s happening in our pipelines and what channels provide us with most qualified candidates.

I often say recruitment here in the Philippines is one of the hardest jobs on the planet. Given the great demand for skilled labor and the lack of day one ready talent, there is just not enough supply to go around.

So wondering where do you start?

Some of the typical questions we all start out with when we think about analytics and recruitment include:

What metrics are important to my organization?

  • What are the metrics which enable me to measure my team’s effectiveness?
  • Which tool should I use to have better analytics?
  • How can I understand the ROI (return on investment) of my recruiting efforts?

If you are ready to answer these questions, then connect with me and we will provide you with An Introduction to Recruitment Analytics.

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Analytics Training – DMAIPH offers a wide range of analytics centric training solutions for professionals and students via public, in-house, on-site, and academic settings. We tailor each training event to meet the unique needs of the audience. If you need empowerment and skills enhancement to optimize the use of analytics in your organization, we are here to help. Contact DMAIPH now at analytics@dmaiph.com or connect with me directly to set up a free consultation on which of our DMAIPH analytics training solutions is best for you.

 

 

 

HR Big Data and Recruitment Analytics – March 28, 2017 in Ortigas

Thinking Through the Box: Aligning Your HR & Recruitment Analytics Strategy

A one-day learning session focused on Aligning Your HR & Recruitment Analytics Strategy and is geared towards teaching how Analytic Techniques can be used to optimize data from across the organization.

LEARNING SESSION OBJECTIVES

  1. To learn analytics techniques that will allow quicker, deeper and more impactful analysis of HR & Recruitment Big Data.
  2. To be exposed to cutting edge technology being used in other companies to build HR & Recruitment business dashboards and design more powerful reports.
  3. To assess the current state of analytics in your HR & Recruitment process and build a strategy to empower the greater use of analytics in your organization.

Session 1: Big Analytic Techniques for Finding the Right Data at the Right Time

  • Describe what is Recruitment Analytics
  • Discuss the current state of analytics in the Philippines
  • Describe the Importance of Effectively Analyzing Big Data in Business Today
  • Enhance communications and data sharing with the marketing team
  • Optimize the use of existing and past employee data Find synergies across company social media sites

Session 2: Key HR & Recruitment Metrics

  • Learn to let go of Recruitment Metrics of the Past
  • Start to use more Recruitment Metrics of Tomorrow
  • Defining Your Key KPIs to maximize value of reporting
  • Tying KPIs from across the business together
  • Unlock the Secrets of Money Ball Recruiting

Session 3: Cutting Edge Business Intelligence, Data Visualization & Business Dashboard Technologies

  • Optimizing Excel for use as a talent pipeline
  • Invest wisely in an applicant tracking system that includes key metrics
  • Utilize BI Tools like Tableau Public
  • Discuss the concept of Data Visualization
  • Build a Business Dashboard Prototype for HR & Recruitment Analytics

Session 4: Winning HR Recruitment Analytic Strategies with Big Data

  • Break down the data silos within your business to maximize shared information
  • Be decisive in the use of your data to align with business strategy
  • Learn to be enchanting with your reporting so maximize impact
  • Become the data cheerleader of your organization

In this session, your organization will be able to use:

  1. Develop analytic techniques that you can use to break down data silos, improve decision-making and ensure a better return on investment from recruitment.
  2. Explore analytics tools like business dashboards and data visualization to improve reporting.
  3. Build a strategy to move your organization from current state to ideal state when it comes to the use of analytics.

In this session, participants will be able to:

  1. Take part in hands on analytics exercises based on real business data to understand how to identify, inventory and integrate HR & Recruitment data into their recruitment processes.
  2. Build a strategy to identify, inventory and integrate data from across the business and align it with HR & Recruitment data.
  3. Build an HR & Recruitment focused business dashboard prototype.

In 90% of companies across the Philippines, data used by HR & Recruitment teams is not blended with data from other parts of the organization.

To ensure success, you have to not just think outside the box, but Think Through the Box to bring together all the data you need to align your HR & Recruitment Analytics with the overall business strategy of your organization. The incentive to align all the data in your business for use in recruitment is paramount to success. HR & Recruitment managers are now more than ever required to demonstrate the return on investment their efforts are contributing to the bottom line.

With that in mind, DMAIPH has created a learning session entitled: Thinking Through the Box: A one-day learning session focused on Aligning Your HR & Recruitment Analytics Strategy and is geared towards teaching how Analytic Techniques can be used to break down those silos and us data from across the organization to drive more impactful decision when it comes to your organization’s overall business strategy.

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LEARNING INVESTMENT

All rates includes “Putting Your Data to Work” an analytics book especially designed for Filipino Professionals, Training Module, AM/PM Snacks, Lunch and Certificate of Completion.

Early Bird Rate

P 6,000.00 + VAT (Pay the full amount on or before March 14, 2017)

Group Rate

P 6,300.00 + VAT/pax (Minimum of 5 members)

Regular Rate

P 7,300.00 + VAT (Starting March 15, 2017)

REGISTRATION

Kindly email us your Name, Company, Job Title and Phone Number. With the Subject: Data Analytics Seminar

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You may contact us at (0917)799-2827 | (02) 959-8017

Terms and Conditions

  1. Seminar Registration

1.1 Seminar registration shall be carried out via Sonic Analytics’s Website or the link provided by Sonic Analytics or DMAIPH, by entering the necessary information into the relevant online application form.

1.2 After registration, the following will be e-mailed to the registrants: A) Confirmation email; and B) the Invoice

1.3 Contract for the seminar shall be deemed to be completed upon the receipt of the confirmation email. If a registrant’s application cannot be accepted due to lack of vacancies or for any other reasons, he/she will be informed immediately

  1. Cancelation

Cancelation by the delegate will be subject to cancelation charges as follows:

2.1) More than 15 days prior to commencement of the course: No penalty.

2.2) 6 to 14 days prior to commencement of the course: 25% of course fee.

2.3) 5 days prior to commencement of the course: 100% of course fee.

2.4) Failure to attend course without prior notice being given: 100% of course fee.

Sonic Analytics and DMAIPH reserves the right to cancel or reschedule a Public Course and in these situations every effort will be made to accommodate delegates on an alternative course or refund payment in full.

  1. Payment

3.1 Payment of the full course fee is required within 7 days of receipt of invoice. Failed to do so, the reservation shall be forfeited

3.2 The course fee covers training, venue, training materials, am/pm snacks, lunch and certificate of completion.

3.3 All stated fees are exclusive of VAT

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Analytics in the Philippines: It Either Happens in 2017 or It Might Never Happen

A few years ago the then country manager of IBM Philippines, Mariels Winhoffer, kicked off a project to help push the Philippines towards being an analytics hub for the booming growth in Big Data and the Global Analytics Talent War. That was in 2013.

With 3 factors in play; the world calls outsourcing services of the Philippines, the exponential growth of Big Data the fact that the demand for analytics talent far out weighs the supply; it makes total sense that the Philippines step up and fill the need. Now in 2017 we have not really gotten much closer.

There are some schools offering some subjects in analytics related areas, but its far from being significant enough to meet the needs.

The government has given some attention to supercharging analytics, but the current outlook is not one where we will see enough to propel us forward.

Big BPO companies who are offering analytics as a service have tried desperately to fill seats,  but have generally seen limited success.

Now it seems that most Filipino companies have gotten a grasp of the power of a good analytics team and are trying to catch up.

As 2017 begins, there has never been as much thought about Analytics in the Philippines as there is right now. However, the big question is it too little to late?

To me 2017 will be the watershed year for Analytics in the Philippines. We will either make significant progress towards being both a global hub for analytics and a significant domestic user of analytics or we will find that the opportunity was just too challenging to tackle.

I’m all in on betting on the former… lets make 2017 the year that Analytics in the Philippines became a success story.

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Analytics in the Philippines – The Philippines is at the center of the action when it comes to solutions to the global need for analytics. Blessed with a solid foundation of young, educated and English speaking workforce, companies around the world are look for Filipino analytics talent to fill analytics positions. DMAIPH was set up to facilitate these solutions and bring the talent and the business together. Contact DMAIPH now at analytics@dmaiph.com or connect with me directly so we can help you take advantage of this unique global opportunity.

Getting To The Cutting Edge with HR Analytics

When I talk about HR Analytics, like I recently did at SMX as part of the 10th annual HR Congress, I generally break things into 4 topics areas. The four are:

  • Cutting Edge HR Analytics
  • Finding the Right Data
  • Key Analytic Techniques
  • Actionable Reporting

Teams that are successful in each of these 4 areas, will be ahead of the game when it comes to keeping HR at the forefront of defining, aligning and implementing business strategy.

Cutting Edge HR Analytics happens when you have the right combination of talent, technology and technique. You need the right people using the right technology and employing the right techniques to be successful when it comes to HR in the 21st century.

Being able to find the Right Data at the right time happens when you have the 3 T’s in place. This allows you to have all the data you need to answer business questions at your finger tips. And it allows HR to be the primary source is setting and guiding the execution of business strategy.

You can use Key Analytics Techniques to help you not only find the right data, but also to add new data sources and to build impactful reporting solutions. And you can share your techniques across the organization to empower others to use HR Data to drive business strategy.

The end goal of using HR Analytics is to provide actionable reports that keep the business aligned to its core strategy. By identifying opportunities and risks, by sharing data and analysis across the organization and empowering data-driven decision-making, HR Analytics is the key to success for any business.

If you are interested in learning more and would like to get a copy of Putting Your Data To Work , connect with me via e-mail at analytics@dmaiph.com

HR & Recruitment Analytics – The recruitment and retention of top talent is the biggest challenge facing just about every organization. DMAIPH is a leading expert in empowering HR & Recruitment teams with analytics techniques to optimize their talent acquisition and management processes. Contact DMAIPH now at analytics@dmaiph.com or connect with me directly to learn how to get more analytics in your HR & Recruitment process so you can rise to the top in the ever quickening demand for top talent.

An Analytics Guidebook for the Filipino Recruitment Professional

My next book will be out shortly, and it is born out of a need to help the tens of thousands of professionals involved in recruitment in the Philippines.

I have conducted dozens of HR and Recruitment seminars and spoken at least as many recruitment themed events over the past few years.

The most consistent feeling across all of my interactions with Filipinos involved in recruitment is one of almost overwhelming challenge. There are simply not enough qualified candidates to fill open job postings. And even when candidates are hired, the % who attrit prematurely is at an all-time high.

This disparity between supply of qualified talent and demand of open jobs has continued to widen over the past several years. This is especially true for jobs that require a certain level of proficiency in foreign languages and high tech computer skills. The boom in the number of BPO and call center jobs in the Philippines is the biggest reason for this inequity between supply and demand.

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I often say, recruitment for the call center industry in the Philippines, right now, is one of the hardest jobs on the planet. Few places around the world are seeing such a concentrated effort to attract and retain employees from a fairly finite talent pool.

This analytics focused book, which is based on my interactions with thousands of Filipinos working in recruitment, is a much needed guidebook to find new and innovative data-driven solutions in the recruitment process.

As you read through this book, you will be exposed to proven methods to super charge your recruitment process and provide you with whole new perspectives on how to recruit and retain talent in your organization.

Each chapter will also introduce you to a new recruitment analytics metric that will empower you and your team towards a higher level of success when it comes to finding the right people at the right time.

Thinking Through the Box

  1. An Overview of HR & Recruitment Analytics
  2. The Global War for Talent
  3. Analytic Techniques for Finding the Right Data at the Right Time
  4. Where All Your People Data Lives
  5. Getting IT: Building Analytics Centric Cultures
  6. Big Data HR & Recruitment Analytics
  7. Talent Management Process Improvement
  8. Optimizing Excel Talent Pipelines
  9. Cutting Edge Business Intelligence, Data Visualization & Business  Dashboard Technologies
  10. Presenting HR & Recruitment Data & Analysis
  11. Aligning HR & Recruitment with Business Strategy
  12. Using Data to Market You Brand in a Buyer’s Market

The book concludes with a bonus chapter on Winning HR Recruitment Analytic Strategies with Big Data. The book is almost finished, but in the meantime if you are looking for help with recruitment, I am available for consultations and in-house trainings. Send an inquiry to analytics@dmaiph.com if you are interested in learning more about how I can help you use more data in your recruitment efforts.

HR & Recruitment Analytics – The recruitment and retention of top talent is the biggest challenge facing just about every organization. DMAIPH is a leading expert in empowering HR & Recruitment teams with analytics techniques to optimize their talent acquisition and management processes. Contact DMAIPH now at analytics@dmaiph.com or connect with me directly to learn how to get more analytics in your HR & Recruitment process so you can rise to the top in the ever quickening demand for top talent.

Don’t Let Fear of Technology Doom Your Recruiting Efforts

One of the biggest challenges facing Recruitment professionals across the Philippines (and the world) today is a fear of technology. I hear this all the time when I talk with those involved in recruitment.

We all know recruitment is an expensive and continuous process just as trying to eliminate employee turnover is. Hiring and retaining top talent is the topmost priority for every organization yet few readily embrace the use of recruiting software or applicant tracking systems (ATS).

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Given that people represent a company’s most important asset and attracting and selecting the right kind of talent is critical for a company’s successful operation, it is really a no brainer that technology would be a key to success. However, based on both industry research and my own observations, it is the single biggest impediment to successful recruiting in the Philippines.

For some it is a fear of the cost. For others it might be fear of admitting they aren’t very good at embracing technological change. And still others are afraid they will need to rely on someone else to show them how to use the technology. No one is afraid that technological solutions to recruitment won’t help. SO getting past the various causes of apprehension is their biggest challenge.

A good technological solution can connect the dots between you and your candidates. This helps recruiters automate the entire hiring process from capacity planning, career portal, resume management, assessments and interviews, offer management, and extensive reporting and insights into the process.

All in all, you can supercharge your recruitment analytics with the right system to significantly speed up hiring, reduce costs, and improve the overall quality of recruiting and employer branding. .

If you know you need an ATS and are ready to explore, I can help you figure out which of the hundreds of products out there best fits your unique need. Not all of them are super expensive and when compared against the cost of hiring more staff to hire staff, ATS’s generally have a much better ROI.

HR & Recruitment Analytics – The recruitment and retention of top talent is the biggest challenge facing just about every organization. DMAIPH is a leading expert in empowering HR & Recruitment teams with analytics techniques to optimize their talent acquisition and management processes. Contact DMAIPH now at analytics@dmaiph.com or connect with me directly to learn how to get more analytics in your HR & Recruitment process so you can rise to the top in the ever quickening demand for top talent.

Finding Meaningful Ways to Use HR Data

One of the biggest challenges people have with using more data in their talent management process is that many leaders just don’t know where to start. Most HR organizations have tons of data on end to end talent management from recruitment to training to operations, but it is not easy to see meaningful patterns within all the data.

HR data used to be something easily captured in spreadsheets. Some of us have evolved to using more robust applicant tracking systems and talent management tools. Cutting edge HR teams are able to use the Big Data in their business to fuel a mature analytics engine that leads to insightful reports and business dashboards. Recent leaps in technology have given data hungry HR professionals access to a wide range of employee information that  can be used in ways unimaginable just a few years ago.

To really find meaningful ways to use HR Data, today’s HR professionals needs to have at least a working knowledge of the data they have in their business. To be successful they need to know how to access and analyze the data, provide it to decision-makers and incorporate the data into a living process of continuous improvement.

11709268_10153506561077425_1608720566061502683_nIn the end, success with HR data all boils down to the culture of the business. Is the team, or at least a number of the team, tech savvy and analytical? Is curiosity encouraged when it comes to finding new data? Is proactively mitigating risks and eliminating waste in the talent management process encouraged? If yes, then you are doing better than most.

Finding meaningful ways to use HR Data is not just about the cool new technologies available, nor is it just about harnessing the power of Big Data. It is as much as, if not more important that the HR team share a culture that optimizes the use of HR Data in defining strategy, making decisions and improving the business.

If you are wondering how to find more meaningful ways to use your HR Data, connect with me. I have helped dozen of HR teams to find ways to up their game when it comes to growing a data-driven culture that can maximize the big data in their business.

HR & Recruitment Analytics – The recruitment and retention of top talent is the biggest challenge facing just about every organization. DMAIPH is a leading expert in empowering HR & Recruitment teams with analytics techniques to optimize their talent acquisition and management processes. Contact DMAIPH now at analytics@dmaiph.com or connect with me directly to learn how to get more analytics in your HR & Recruitment process so you can rise to the top in the ever quickening demand for top talent.

Whats Missing in Your Cost Per Hire Metric?

One of the most common metrics used in recruitment is cost per hire. Generally used to bring together all the costs associated with filling an open position, cost per hire is probably the most widely used metrics across all types of recruitment. It is a close to a universal metric as we have. However, most of us are not using it correctly.

First make sure your calculation includes all factors related to filling the positon that have an external cost like marketing, advertising, job fairs, job board fees, travel time to events, remote interviewing, etc. Any and everything you can think of that happens outside the office that adds to your total cost.

Now do the same for factors that are internal to the business. Salaries, bonuses, reimbursement expenses, application tracking systems, copy and printing costs, etc. Make a list and notate the expense for any and everything you can think of that happens inside the office.

In both cases, also include data for shared costs from expenses that cover more then one opening. In many cases we don’t include things like rental expenses, association fees, government requirements, really anything that your organization spends money on that directly supports your recruitment efforts. In many cases, you can divide the total amount by open positions to come up with some kind of weighted amount assigned to each open req.

Now one more piece to your cost per hire metric, that most of us miss. Expenses related to not filling the position. How much is lost in productivity? What revenue forecasts come up short? How much is spent on overtime and other compensation for staff covering for the open position? When you factor these items in you can get a much deeper understanding of the cost per hire to the business.

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If you are doing all of these things and feel you have a very solid cost per hire metric, then you are in the minority. In an ideal world, recruitment teams can better allocate resources based on what positions cost the most to fill. Better understanding all the data points that are added into the cost per hire calculation can also uncover opportunities for savings that you might not otherwise see.

On the other hand, if you are looking for some guidance on assessing your cost per hire metric to make sure its optimized to capture all of the relevant data points to your business then connect with me. I can help you get a true read on the cost per hire in your business.

HR & Recruitment Analytics – The recruitment and retention of top talent is the biggest challenge facing just about every organization. DMAIPH is a leading expert in empowering HR & Recruitment teams with analytics techniques to optimize their talent acquisition and management processes. Contact DMAIPH now at analytics@dmaiph.com or connect with me directly to learn how to get more analytics in your HR & Recruitment process so you can rise to the top in the ever quickening demand for top talent.

Aligning Strategic Business Insights Through HR Analytics

I recently gave a talk about Aligning Strategic Business Insights Through HR  Analytics to a group of HR and Recruitment Managers and Senior Professionals.

Learning Session Description
From sourcing, through hiring, beyond training and towards retention, the best HR teams know their data and use it to stay focused on the overall strategy of the organization.  This learning session is designed for HR and Recruitment professionals to identify key data points and be exposed to analytic techniques  that are paramount to successfully aligning HR to a strategic business plan.

Learning Session Objectives
The specific objectives of this unique fun-filled learning experience were;

  • Be exposed to cutting edge analytic techniques being used by successful HR and Recruitment Team in the Philippines and abroad.
  • Gain a deeper understanding of what key metrics and data points add value to HR teams as they use data to align business strategy.
  • Be empowered to produce actionable reports that give decision-makers the right data at the right time to ensure a more solid business strategy.

Key Benefits from Attending this Learning Session
 In this session, your organization was able to:

  1. Define the most important data points to the organization’s strategic plan.
  2. Develop an analytics strategy around how to better use data in decision-makin
  3. Deliver new analytics techniques to the rest of their team to better align HR and Recruitment with the core business strategy.

In this session, your participants were able to:

  • Identify key data points within their HR and Recruitment business data.
  • Learn how to bring these data points into an inventory that allows quicker and more powerful analysis.
  • Integrate these data points and analysis into management reports full of actionable insights.

Who Should Attend

This session is suitable to a wide range of professionals but will greatly benefit:

  • Executives, Managers and Business Leaders who are looking to empower their HR and Recruitment teams to use more data analysis in their strategic planning.
  • HR and Recruitment Managers who use data and analytics as well as employee analysts to help in strategic planning and business optimization.
  • HR and Recruitment Supervisors and Team Leaders who use data and analysis to manage their teams and implement strategy.
  • Analysts working with HR and recruitment data who add value to the overall HR strategy though their reporting and analysis.

Learning Session Outline

This session was broken into 4 key areas:

  1. Cutting Edge HR Analytics
  2. Finding the Right Data
  3. Key Analytic Techniques
  4. Actionable Reporting

Teams that are successful in each of these 4 areas, will be ahead of the game when it comes to keeping HR at the forefront of defining, aligning and implementing business strategy.

Learning Session Process

This session utilized a variety of proven adult learning techniques to ensure maximum understanding, comprehension and retention of the information presented. This includes thought provoking discussions and analytics solutions presentations.

I can do the same thing for an in-house training for your business. You can either connect with me directly or get in touch with Ariva Events Management for a free consultation on how to get started.

HR & Recruitment Analytics – The recruitment and retention of top talent is the biggest challenge facing just about every organization. DMAIPH is a leading expert in empowering HR & Recruitment teams with analytics techniques to optimize their talent acquisition and management processes. Contact DMAIPH now at analytics@dmaiph.com or connect with me directly to learn how to get more analytics in your HR & Recruitment process so you can rise to the top in the ever quickening demand for top talent.