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Where HR Data Makes a Difference

Where HR Data Makes a Difference

A recent study found that the profit margins of organizations that are more advanced in HR analytics (also known as people analytics) are 56 percent higher than those of less advanced organizations. With the data and analytical systems available today, HR can have a bigger positive impact on critical business issues than ever before. HR analytics can help organizations reap benefits across a number of domains, from hiring the right people to onboarding effectively to reducing attrition of high-value employees.

Yet even though HR departments are generating more data than ever before, they often struggle to turn their data into valuable insights. Recent research from BambooHR found that while 58 percent of HR professionals believe HR analytics are very important, only 16 percent viewed themselves as an expert in using HR data.

In this webinar, HR experts from PayScale and BambooHR will dive into how HR leaders can become proficient in using data to drive change in every area that matters, including recruiting, talent management, productivity, and retention.

  • The impact that people analytics can have on an org
  • Strategies for gathering and interpreting HR data
  • Areas where HR data can make a big difference
About the speakers
Mart Withers

Director of Product Marketing at BambooHR

With over 25 years of professional experience, there's one thing Mart has learned about marketing and analytics: they’re fun and challenging, especially when you bring them together. He enjoys uncovering why people do what they do, especially when it comes to the products they love. He's worked in international enterprises, startups and just about everything in between. He enjoys product marketing, communications, partner marketing, and sales enablement.

Brian Webber

Sr. People Business Partner at PayScale

Brian manages PayScale’s own compensation programs and has been a key player in helping to advance the communication between managers and employees on compensation and performance. As an HR professional, Brian has focused his career on developing people-centric organizations, fostering transparent conversations between employees and managers, and building more inclusive workplaces.

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