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Why CFOs Need Workforce Analytics

Posted by CFO Charlie on July 8, 2015

Turn HR Data into Effective Action to Solve Daily Business Challenges

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As a CFO, we are, by nature, data driven decision makers. Historically, we have focused only on financial data, and until recently, most of us have not had access to HR data. As a result, we have missed out on opportunities by not considering those implications when making business decisions.


Five Questions You Can Answer with Workforce Analytics

Posted by Mark DaBell on June 16, 2015

HR Analytics

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The success of an organization depends largely on the recruitment and retention of its single most valuable resource: its employees.

Workforce Analytics puts HR managers on the front lines of decision-making, and provides organizations with the facts and data they need to make strategic decisions about prioritization and investments in their employees.


The Bottom Line and the Sobering Truth: Without Analytics, You’re Losing Dollars with Wasted Employee Overtime

Posted by John Simpson on April 10, 2015


importance_of_overtime_analyticsAccording to Northeastern University D’Armore-McKim School of Business, Northeastern University, the workforce represents 60 to 70 percent of all expenses. The reality for most small and medium businesses is that controlling labor costs is essential for a business to be profitable, and for SMBs, this starts with properly managing employee overtime (OT).


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