Can you predict which high performers are at risk of leaving months before they resign?
Implementing evidence-based workforce planning will allow you to anticipate these changes and respond proactively.
Ahead of the Workforce Planning Summit 2019, we showcase two organisations that are leading the way in strategic workforce planning by harnessing data analytics.
In the case studies, some of the tips you will come across include:
- developing a plan to address long-term goals and business objectives;
- leveraging data analytics to gain meaningful insights on your current and future workforce; and
- anticipating rapidly growing and changing workforce trends.
If you're interested in hearing more case studies, then join us at the 4th Annual Workforce Planning Summit 2019, held 18–19 June at Sir Stamford, Circular Quay, Sydney.
The Workforce Planning Summit brings together more than 40 workforce planning, organisational capability, human resources, talent management and acquisition, and people and culture experts from the likes of Telstra, NIB, AMP, Sydney Water, Police Health, City of Sydney, and many more.
Don't miss this opportunity to meet and network with workforce planning professionals from various industries and learn strategies to create organisational agility within your workforce to enhance capability and achieve business objectives.
If this event is of interest, register online or contact us at +61 2 9229 1000.
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