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- Senior Business Intelligence Specialist
Transport Canada
 
 
3rd Annual Event!

HR Analytics 2019

Implementing Data-Driven HR Approaches to Drive Performance and Profitability

March 19 - 20, 2019  ·  Toronto, Ontario
 
   
 
LAST YEAR'S Day One Program Agenda (2018)
 
7:30 - 8:30        Registration and Continental Breakfast
 
8:30 - 8:45
Welcome and Opening Remarks from the Chair
David Lahey, Founder and President, Predictive Success Corporation
 
8:45 - 9:45
People Analytics at Google and Rogers Inc: New Mindsets, Skillsets and Toolsets for Higher-Value Insight Generation
Geoff Ho, Senior Manager, Research and Advisory, Organization Development, Rogers Communications; Formerly, Google People Analytics Team
Pylin Chuapetcharasopon, Manager, Research and Advisory, Organization Development, Rogers Communications
Ashlyn Patterson, Manager, Research and Advisory, Organization Development, Rogers Communications
  • How to shift mindsets away from gut feel and "best practices" towards data and the scientific method to inform people strategy
  • Building skillsets that have the capacity to do this
  • Leveraging toolsets and technology to increase capacity for higher-value strategic insight generation
 
9:45 - 10:30
Top Five HR Metrics Impacting Revenue
Michael King, National Director, Human Resource Solutions and Data Analytics, Drake International
  • Identifying HR metrics with the closest bearing on organizational business objectives
  • Determining which HR metrics directly and unambiguously impact revenue
  • Leveraging the 5 key metrics to predict future outcomes and identify issues before they become problematic
  • Quantifying ROI of workforce decisions, identifying employee success profiles and developing the right talent management strategy
 
10:30 - 10:45        Networking Break
 
10:45 - 11:30
Principles of Data Analysis and Scientific Decision-Making: What You Always Thought You Should Know but Were Afraid to Ask
Lydia Wu, Senior Manager, Talent Analytics, Panasonic
  • How do I get started in HR analytics? Importance of identifying and framing the issues
  • How can I tell the difference between good and bad analytics: common misconceptions and pitfalls in HR Analytics
  • Do I need to hire a data scientists to do this: understanding the resources you need to do HR analytics
  • How does data modelling and visualization work, and do I need to invest in tools to do this: the basics of extracting meaning from your data
  • Can someone with an HR background do analytics: things you can do to get started tomorrow
 
11:30 - 12:30
HR Analytics in the Public Sector: Special Issues for Government (and Larger Organizations)
David Lahey, Founder and President, Predictive Success Corporation
  • Understanding the complexities with initiating an HR analytics program in a large organization
  • Basic principles for government HR Analytics programs
  • Most commonly used and useful metrics for government organizations
  • The most common mistakes and lessons learned
 
12:30 - 1:30        Luncheon Break
 
1:30 - 2:30
Creating Your Own Customized KPIs and Analytics in Your Own Customized "HR Metrics Lab"
Roger Blaesz, Workforce Planning Specialist, ArcelorMittal Dofasco
  • Incorporating basic HR analytics into your organization by using existing databases
  • How ArcelorMittal Dofasco combined their data with publicly available Stats Canada data to create a Recruiting Urgency Index (RUI)
  • What you can get from HRIS systems, social media, labour and other
  • statistics
  • How to use tables, Excel databases, and create a basic framework for analysis
  • How to develop metrics and KPIs that will be appropriate for your organization
 
2:30 - 2:45        Networking Break
 
2:45 - 4:00
Managing Compensation Challenges with Analytics at ArcelorMittal Dofasco and Chemtrade Logistics
Moderator: Ed Yuen, Principal, Mercer Canada
Bramora Rebello, Director, Total Rewards and HR Analytics, Chemtrade Logistics Inc.
Jean Beckberger, Compensation Specialist, ArcelorMittal Dofasco
  • Rollout of new salary bands at Chemtrade
    • Geographic differences
    • Analytics and change management challenges
    • Using benchmarks to best advantage
  • Using metrics to:
    • See short and long term trends
    • Measure pay for performance
    • Evaluate long and short term incentive programs
  • Equity issues in compensation - new hires vs. long tenured employees, gender differences
  • Need to be creative to stay competitive
 
4:00        End of Day One
 

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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 HR Analytics 2019 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 Toronto 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!

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