According to Debra S. Osborn, Head of HR Reporting and Analytics at Aetna, HR analytics is a rapidly emerging field. Some recent surveys show that if companies have an HR analytics function, they outperform companies that don’t. Debra thinks that it’s because people really help to drive any company’s business success.

I wanted to share her presentation, “Building a Human Resources analytics function” with you. She shares experience of building a high functioning team and getting returns of 3-4 times what they spend on the HR reporting Analytics unit.

Access Debra’s presentation and audio recordings here: http://www.hr-analytics-summit.com/Building-a-Human-Resources-analytics-function.php

Highlights:
• Predict performance success and minimize retention risk of your data talent by using HR reporting and analytics.
• Define the characteristics of high-performing analytic professionals and what you need to look for as you recruit them.
• Build a high-functioning team with a combination of great analytical skills and business instincts.
• Find out how to pinpoint where enterprise data analysis will have the biggest impact on your business.
• Learn how to get ROI on HR analytics and reporting.