HR is not typically seen as a profit center, but when you use data to drive business initiatives that address specific business challenges, proving ROI becomes easier. HR analytics is an area in which HR professionals may be easily overwhelmed and many times are just learning how to get started. While HR professionals have access to extensive amounts of data, it may not always be used in a way that's helpful to managing the business. This session breaks down HR analytics into actionable insights that will allow you to use the data you already have to solve business problems more efficiently.
- Define what HR analytics means
- Provide the business case for engaging in HR analytics processes
- Identify the stages analytics and assess where you are
- Identify where to start in the process of using HR analytcis and the first steps
Speaker: Carrie Cox, AGH Employer Solutions
Carrie Cox leads the HR services practice for AGH Employer Solutions and works with clients across industries. She works with HR and business leaders as they implement their people strategies, helping them design effective employee programs and policies, providing management and leadership training and development, and advising on employee and management issues.
She is a member of SHRM, currently serving as the Wichita Chapter’s VP of Communications. Her certifications include Professional in Human Resources (PHR) from the Human Resource Certification Institute and SHRM-CP designated by the Society for Human Resource Management. She is a certified practitioner for the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI) and the Korn Ferry/Hay Group’s Emotional and Social Competency Inventory. Carrie was selected by the Wichita Business Journal as a 2014 HR