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The Power of HR Analytics: Driving Data-Based People Decisions

Friday, October 21, 2016 12:30pm - 1:30pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Sarah Johnson, Vice President, Enterprise Surveys and Analytics, Perceptyx

HR analytics are on the to-do list of every HR vice president and HR manager. Analytics help drive data-based decisions about people in your organization, appeal to the rational and logical tendencies of senior leaders, and can help the HR function truly become a strategic partner to the executive team. So what’s stopping HR functions from adopting analytics? Lack of experience, no analytics tools, limited access to critical data, and fear of numbers, to name a few. Join this session to learn more about the critical nature of HR analytics and how to implement them.

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Sarah  Johnson
Sarah Johnson

Vice President, Enterprise Surveys and Analytics, Perceptyx

Sarah Johnson, vice president of enterprise surveys and analytics at Perceptyx has more than two decades of experience in her field. She specializes in employee engagement, organization development, and effectiveness and survey data analysis—advising senior leaders at Fortune 500 firms around the world.

Sarah received a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Purdue University and holds a master of arts degree and PhD in industrial organizational psychology from The Ohio State University. Prior to joining Perceptyx, Sarah was a global practice leader at CEB. Prior to CEB, she led the global organizational survey program at IBM. She also held a number of HR positions at IBM that gave her experience in employee relations, compensation, and resource planning. She began her professional career at Procter & Gamble.
 


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