According to McKinsey & Company, companies are 33% more profitable when teams are more diverse. 44% of surveyed HR leaders said that employee engagement was their top priority as per a 2018 Cascade HR survey and 73% of candidates are passive job seekers according to a TalentNow survey.
And while those are all fascinating stats. Do you know what to do with that information? How does knowing that information help your organization evolve? The answer is, it doesn’t because you need actionable insights from your organization to see how your company stack ranks against others in the marketplace. Stats by themselves mean nothing without context.
It’s important for companies to understand how they compare with their peers in specific markets? This gives context to the stats and makes them more meaningful.
So my questions are…Is there a way to benchmark employee flight risk, evaluate how your workforce reacts to a company announcement or even how do you know your HR programs are working?
I’ll be discussing all that and more on the show today and we’re going to be starting
My guest today is a Visionary technology executive with a passion for reducing friction in the employment lifecycle, and helping organizations attract more diverse talent faster, improve employee engagement and reduce voluntary attrition. He is the CEO of Claro Workforce Analytics and they help companies leverage talent as a competitive advantage by combining internal and external data for benchmarking and competitive analyses to make you more strategic and informed.