Event: Webinar | People analytics for people retention: How to make your workforce stay

 
  • When: TUESDAY | 30th JUNE, 12:00 PM- 01:00 PM IST
  • Location: Online
  • Who should attend: CHROs, HR Leaders, CXOs, HR heads, Learning & Development heads, Senior HR professionals and Managers
 

In the age of business disruption, talent continues to be one of the valuable assets for organisations across industries. But the struggle remains with retaining the top talent that you bring into your company after a stiff competition. In spite of the several strategies being set out by HR leaders ever since the onset of The Great Resignation, the struggle continues. It’s not simply a transformation in job roles that is the reason behind this, it also has to do with unpredictable changes in employment opportunities and employee wants. This boils down to keeping pace with what your workforce needs and desires.

What can be your best guide in this process is data-driven insights sourced by people analytics but this is only the beginning of the conversation. To take this ahead and empower leaders in devising impactful strategies for talent retention, People Matters and Akrivia HCM are excited to bring to you this webcast which will talk about:

  • What are the trends that lead to negative talent retention?
  • Leveraging people analytics for reduced attrition rates 
  • What does your data tell you about your employee experience?
  • How data captures the changing aspirations of your workforce
  • Strategies for translating data into actionable insights for an engaged workforce

 

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Speakers


Ranjan Kumar Varanasi

Ranjan Kumar Varanasi

Chief Learning Officer - AKRIVIA HCM
Dr Suresh Kumar

Dr Suresh Kumar

Associate President - HR & COE, Aurobindo Pharma
Jacob Jacob

Jacob Jacob

Group Chief Human Resources Officer, Malabar Group

For more information contact…

Kanika Goyal
kanika.goyal@gopeoplematters.com


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