Mail & Guardian Analytics for HR

calendar
Wed Nov 22, 08:30 - Wed Nov 22, 10:30
location
Glenhove Conference Centre
In today’s digital environment, the HR function collects an immense quantity of data about employees and their integration within the business. 

HR analytics enable organisations to use their wealth of employee data to make better decisions about their workforce, improve operational and ultimately, business performance. HR analytics can pay off in the following ways:
 
  • Better absence, fatique and accident management
  • Greater employee satisfaction and productivity
  • Better employee engagement and satisfaction
  • Higher staff retention
  • More effective training and career development initiatives
  • Improved forecast workforce requirements
  • More successful recruitment and talent acquisition
  • Effective performance management
The time is now for HR professionals to embrace the use of data and analytics to make better decisions and ultimately impact business performance.
 
With this in mind, Mail & Guardian will host a breakfast forum, bringing HR practitioners, industry experts and specialists to provide insights, best practices, overcoming challenges and practical future strategies to leverage on big data analytics for HR.
 
M&G invites analytics and technology solution providers, consultants and specialists to partner in hosting this compelling event. Contact [email protected] for more information on sponsorship opportunities and benefits.
Leveraging on HR analytics for improved strategic business decisions
  • How can organisation manage the shift to data-driven HR function?
  • Are HR professionals ready to assume a more data-oriented role?
  • Embedding analytics in the human capital value chain
  • Building HR analytics capability – what and how
  • Making sense of these massive workforce analytics for better strategic HR decisions
  • Leveraging on descriptive and predictive insights for business competitive edge
  • Better absence, fatique and accident management
  • Greater employee satisfaction and productivity
  • Better employee engagement and satisfaction
  • Higher staff retention, successful recruitment and talent acquisition
  • People analytics as a catalyst for talent management
  • More effective training and career development initiatives
  • Improved forecast workforce requirements
  • Impact on organisation performance
  • Case studies: Challenges, best practices & lessons learned
Speakers confirmed at breakfast forum:
  • Tony Bell, Director, Decision Inc
  • Christopher Williams, Head, People Analytics, FNB
  • Dr Matete Lerutla, Human Resources, Metropolitan Life, MMI Holdings
GMs, Directors, VPs, Heads, Senior Managers, Managers, Executives from across sectors in charge of:
  • Human resources
  • Human capital
  • People management
  • Employee engagement
  • Recruitment
  • Talent management
  • Training & development
  • Learning & development
  • Organisational development/effectiveness
  • HR strategy
  • HR metrics
  • HR data analytics
  • HR transformation
  • HR technology
  • HR IT
  • People analytics

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Mail & Guardian Analytics for HR
Glenhove Conference Centre
114 Grayston Dr, Sandown, Sandton, 2031, South Africa
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