[Event Recap] CHRO Breakfast: Workforce Science as CHRO’s Crystal Ball

What are the priorities for CHROs nowadays? And how Workforce Science as a crystal ball can help them take the guesswork out of hiring, engagement and retention?

On December 15, a group of HR executives from local leading organizations and IBM subject matter experts got together to discuss and share how Workforce Science can help uncover insights to improve engagement, business performance and managing talent.

In the event we conducted a survey to find out what are the current priorities for CHROs. Results:

  • 70% – Managing and retaining top performers
  • 40% – Drawing insights from employees’ feedback
  • 40% – Simplifying the recruitment process
  • 30% – Assessing the right talent from large applicant pools

 

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“IBM talent acquisition solutions harness the integrated power of industry-leading software, science and social strategies for gaining valuable insights that lead to successful matching of employee and job roles,” said Sino Lum, Senior Manager, Enterprise Social Solutions, IBM Social.

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“Talent Analytics is the use of big data, advanced analytics and behavioral science to make evidence-based decisions that improve employee and business performance,” said Simon Gluyas, APAC Science & Consulting Leader, Kenexa, IBM

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What keeps employees at your company? What could you change to stop losing good people? Simon Ng, Technology Evangelist, IBM Software, answered these questions simply by performing a few drag-and drops inside Kenexa Talent Insights.

 

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