People analytics: The Secret to Getting it Right [On Demand]



On Demand
Course Leader : Sarah Andresen, Head of People Science, Sage People
Duration : 1 hour 0 minute
Price: Free

FREE Webinar by Sage (Powered by Canadian HR Reporter)

People analytics: The Secret to Getting it Right

Every day, 2,500,000,000,000,000,000 bytes of data is created.

Companies have a wealth of information about their customers at their fingertips – from buying habits to lifestyle choices. As a result, their buying experience is constantly optimized, improved, and tailored to each consumer.

But what if companies had the same level of insight and visibility about their employees? What if they knew how many of their high-performers are a flight risk? How about how they should adjust their hiring plans to align with growth projections?

HR is playing catch up when it comes to data. In a world where companies are using data science to gain actionable customer insights, HR must apply the concepts of data science to its people.

Join us to find out how organizations can apply the principles of data science to increase workforce visibility and develop more actionable people insights, including:

  • Identifying and establishing workforce trends and patterns
  • Discovering potential problems before they happen with predictive analytics
  • Extracting actionable knowledge and insights from people data
  • Enabling HR and people teams to clearly demonstrate their contribution to business goals

By the end of this webinar, attendees will understand best practice for using People Science in their organization, and actionable tips to get started in their roles today.


    Sarah Andresen
    Head of People Science at Sage People

    Sarah Andresen is Head of People Science at Sage People. Prior to her current position, she led benchmarking research and the development of online data-based tools at Bersin by Deloitte. She began her research career at CEB in the HR practice, eventually leading the quantitative research for CEB Recruiting Talent Advisors and the subsequent development of the Recruiter Performance Scorecard.