You've heard the expression, "Your company is only as good as its best employees." Perhaps it's with this in mind that human resources professionals are starting to place value on understanding human capital – and embracing analytics to get them the insight they need.
Tune in as Gene Pease, co-author of Human Capital Analytics and CEO of Capital Analytics LLP, explains how HR is using predictive analytics today. You'll learn how to:
- Apply the same tools used in finance, marketing, and other business functions to human capital investments
- Optimize and evaluate investments in people
- Meet corporate accountability mandates
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