Workforce Analytics: Real People, Real Numbers
Published February 6, 2013
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    People vs. numbers. Which should matter more to your business success? The experts speak. Greta Roberts: “Numbers are the language of business. If employees want to be valued, they need to be measured in a way that business understands ... as numbers.” Haig R. Nalbantian: “Too many organizations give lip service to the people side, but fail to apply real discipline to workforce management. They rely instead on intuition, benchmarks or so-called ‘best practices’ to inform their people-related decisions.” Russ Campanello: “It’s time to begin measuring, and thereby differentiating our business, with the human capital metrics that drive performance and generate value. We still value (and report) the buildings more than the people inside them.” Steve Boese: “Revenue per employee can tell you just about everything you need to know about your business.” Henner Schliebs: “Democratizing analytics will be the big differentiator in 2013.” Join us for Workforce Analytics: Real People, Real Numbers.
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