SIA: how talent analytics drive workforce planning.

June 5, 2019 Cindy Keaveney

Real-time insights on the availability, accessibility and cost of talent can be the key to ensuring you hire the right people, at the right time, in all the right places. But, collecting and assessing this market intelligence can be challenging for HR leaders, who must deliver value across the enterprise.
 
Cindy Keaveney, Randstad Sourceright’s chief people officer, shares insights in Staffing Industry Analysts’ Staffing Stream to help human capital leaders build a data-driven approach to workplace planning. By dedicating resources that are responsible for data collection and analysis, for example, employers can begin to track and synthesize the insights needed to drive decision-making.
 
Talent leaders must also assess what their companies are able to offer in terms of traditional and alternative work arrangements, and determine how they stack up against other businesses seeking the same talent.

See Cindy’s article in Staffing Stream for all five tips for using market intelligence and implementing talent analytics. Then read our white paper, “talent analytics: a mindset for results, a focus on the future” to learn more about this technology works.

About the Author

Cindy Keaveney

Cindy Keaveney is a leading business and human capital executive with more than 30 years of experience transforming organizations by building high-performing teams that produce profitable growth, develop industry-leading products and create corporate strategies in complex, changing environments. As the leader of Randstad Sourceright’s global HR team, Cindy ensures that the best strategies are in place to deliver a stand-out talent experience for all of our people. This encompasses driving best practices and new approaches when it comes to talent acquisition, talent management, engagement and development, and further enabling cross-cultural collaboration and talent mobilization.

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