Many good ideas were presented and could be discussed in my organization.  
- Senior Business Intelligence Specialist
Transport Canada
REGISTER  |  Day One  |  Day Two  |  Faculty | Venue | Download Agenda (PDF)  ]

HR Analytics for the Public Sector

Build an Effective HR Analytics Team Learn How to Take Advantage of Your Data to Improve HR Decision Making!

September 25 - 26, 2018  ·  Ottawa, Ontario
Day Two Program Agenda: Wednesday, September 26, 2018
7:30 - 8:30        Continental Breakfast
8:30 - 8:45
Opening Remarks from the Chair
Angela Vanikiotis, Senior Manager and Human Resources Management Expert, Government of Canada
8:45 - 9:45
Modernizing and Revamping HR in the Public Sector
Karen Figuerola, Director General, Human Resources Operations and Business Strategies, Public Services and Procurement Canada
  • Increasing HR's value added through strategic analysis and analytics capacity
  • Investing in HR analytics
  • Leveraging design thinking to increase HR's relevance and strategic insights
9:45 - 10:30
Unionized and Non-Unionized Employment Issues
  • Hharassment and discrimination issues
  • Drug and alcohol testing: what you need to know
  • Privacy issues in the workplace
  • Language issues
10:30 - 10:45        Networking Break
10:45 - 11:45
Practical Application of Data Analytics in the Workplace
Bruce J. Weippert, President and Senior Strategist, Tap Strategy & HR Consulting
Terri Harrison, Vice President, Consulting Services and Senior Strategist, Tap Strategy & HR Consulting
  • Can HR data-analytics really make for a better workplace?
  • Intuition, strategy, and data-drivers for HR decision-making: formulating the right mix
  • Practical application of data-analytics in the workplace
  • Moving HR from an operational partner to a tactical strategic partner
  • HR's role in defining, gathering, and using data for decision-making
11:45 - 12:30
How the Government of Alberta Leverages Workforce Data
Russell Loga, Director, Human Resources Planning and Programs, Alberta Municipal Affairs, Government of Alberta
  • Identification of the drivers of change to assist in moving the workforce analytics program forward corporately at the leadership level
  • Understanding the complexities with initiating an HR analytics program in a large organization
  • Building consistent practices, processes, and definition within the HR system in order to produce timely, accurate, and relevant metrics
  • Building the necessary infrastructure and competency to move towards a more effective and efficient future state
12:30 - 1:30        Luncheon Break
1:30 - 2:30
HR Analytics in Police Resourcing
Barry Pitcher, Officer in Charge Career Development and Resourcing, H Division, RCMP
  • Our use of interactive data records in convert with face-to-face
  • How we data mine and how often we verify information
  • Leveraging diversity and inclusion in recruiting
  • Using HR data to meet clients needs and service delivery
  • Successful use of learning plans
2:30 - 2:45        Networking Break
2:45 - 3:45
Younger Talent: Shifting Expectations to Build the Ideal Workforce
  • How the employee experience is a key defining factor in today's workplace
  • Learn about the increased competition for talent that drive performance
  • Understanding and managing expectations in a changing workforce
  • Latest developments in leadership, innovation and the employer brand
  • Practical insights in recruitment and what this means for the changing expectations of younger talent
3:45 - 4:30
Succession Planning with Predictive Analytics: People and Change in Government Sector
  • Predictive Analytics for New Insight for a Real Meaty Succession plan in government sector
  • Bad Boss Leaders, how to avoid them with predictive analytics
  • Finding the right talent, in a skin tight labour market, predictive analytics for the government sector
4:30        End of Day Two
REGISTER  |  Day One  |  Day Two  |  Faculty | Venue | Download Agenda (PDF)  ]



Organizations investing in HR analytics to drive decision-making are investing in their most important asset, people. They are maximizing HR's contribution to the organization's bottom line and gaining a competitive advantage over those who do not take the plunge. But they are the select few. Other organizations would like to derive the benefits of HR analytics but don't know where to start or continue their efforts.

INFONEX's Predictive HR Analytics has been designed to provide delegates with all the information they need to understand why the investment of time and money is worthwhile, what's involved in set up and implementation and take initial steps to implement or progress to the next level.

You will learn what is driving HR analytics today, how to get the most from the data you already have, how to build an effective HR Analytics team and the importance of your team to be able to visually communicate important insights. Case studies will demonstrate the role HR analytics can play in hiring, employee engagement, retention and succession planning.

Join us in Ottawa to get caught up on the latest developments in analytics and learn skills and strategies for improving your workforce and realizing its full potential. Register today!

Telephone: 1.800.474.4829  |   360 Bay Street, Suite 900, Toronto, ON  M5H 2V6   |   Fax: 1.800.558.6520  |  Contact Us
© 2000-2018 INFONEX Inc.