Many organisations acquire copiuos amounts of data about their workforce, but they do not know how to put it to use to understand why their workforce behvaes the way it does. Without understanding how and why their people interact in the way they do, organisations can't make better people decisions.
People data is everywhere within our organisations, in multiple forms, but having this data collected across different systems, often means it gets lost. To ensure the best analytics of your people data it should all be integrated into one single system of record.
When an estimated four million women around the world took part in the Women’s March in January 2017 it was clear that a movement was afoot. Both the #MeToo and #TimesUp campaigns have called out sexual discrimination across the board starting with the heady heights of Hollywood and the powerhouses of government, down to businesses and organizations.
Legislatively, gender pay gap reporting came into force in the UK in April 2018 requiring organizations to publish their gender pay gap. However, there is still a long way to go…
Companies are suffering from growing pains, especially within the HR space...
Finding talent is difficult especially when the goal posts are constantly moving and digital transformation is making everything move quicker than it ever has before.
Workforces will soon be managing 5 generations of people, who will be working together for the first time ever, but there's still a skills shortage.
What can organisations do to succeed in a future that is ever changing, and can they do it fast enough?
The sleek and smart setting at the Haymarket Hotel was the perfect compliment to a night of thought leadership and industry defining conversation, led by HR executives from a fantastic variety of industries and backgrounds.
The agenda focused on:
The shift from HR to People
HR Automation & AI
The People Experience