People are vital to the success of any company. Using data, you can attract the right competencies, manage talent effectively, utilise capacity efficiently, and retain employees smartly. Today, many HR leaders are dealing with more complex, challenging questions than the ones their predecessors faced. Instead of focusing on traditional issues, these new questions address core business issues. Answering questions like these, requires new data and new thinking. Today’s HR leader must think like an economist; someone who studies and directs the allocation of finite resources.
Workforce distribution and ageing
Workforce distribution and ageingWorkforce distribution and ageingIdentify team skills and strengths, experience to plan better for upcoming business opportunities across business units.
Analyse recruitment pipeline and performance across business units, departments to understand fulfilment and conversion rate along with hiring trends.
Analyse employee satisfaction across regions, departments and designations to understand and improve internal processes and employee satisfaction in turn.
Recognise reasons for employee attrition by analysing employee satisfaction across categories.