Using HR Analytics to Make Your Corporate Culture—and your Workforce—Healthier
HR sits on a wealth of data today, yet when it comes to organizational culture it’s often a struggle with how to analyze data that is meaningful for CEOs, boards, and senior business leaders and what data to present. Despite this, indicators of culture health are increasingly requested, and top companies are responding by putting dashboards and indexes in place to monitor changes. In fact, i4cp research found that 66% of organizations that have undergone successful culture renovation defined clear measures before embarking on a culture change initiative. According to the Top Employers World of Work Trends Report 2022, up to 76% of Top Employers use a dashboard with HR metrics, showcasing the increased importance of HR analytics in the workplace.
In this webinar, Kevin Oakes, i4cp CEO and author of Culture Renovation®, and David Plink, CEO of Top Employers Institute will explore how HR can most effectively leverage existing human capital analytics to measure and monitor cultural health. They will be joined by Brandon Schassberger SVP Business Transformation, People & Capability at Mastercard who will share how they use HR analytics at their company.
In this webinar we’ll address:
- What culture measures are most common, and what metrics resonate the most with CEOs, boards, and other business leaders
- How to accurately measure the well-being of employees in order to predict burnout and attrition risk
- How technology can be leveraged to monitor and measure employer brand
- What leading organizations, such as Mastercard, are doing to leverage data in their culture and well-being efforts
i4cp is the leading authority on next practices in human capital. Our purpose is to discover and advance next practices in human capital. We produce more research than any other human capital research firm in the world, and many of the world’s most prominent organizations and HR leaders turn to i4cp to better capitalize on HR best practices and emerging workforce trends. Supported by a powerful community of human capital practitioners, we provide HR research and insights that help organizations better anticipate, adapt, and act in a constantly changing business environment.
About Top Employers Institute
Top Employers Institute
David PlinkCEO at Top Employers Institute
Throughout his career, David Plink has dedicated himself to providing employees with crucial information that guides their career path. As CEO at Top Employers Institute, he has successfully lead the company over the past 14 years, focused on increasing its positive impact on the world of work. Currently, more than 8 00 000 employees of certified Top Employers benefit from audited best-in-class employee conditions. David steers the organisation’s ambition to increase this impact significantly over the years to come. Bringing the purpose of the Institute to life is David’s motivation to get up every morning and continue these efforts with his colleagues in creating a better world of work.
Kevin OakesCEO, Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp)
Kevin is the CEO and founder of the Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp), the world’s leading human capital research firm focusing on people practices that drive high performance. Kevin is the author of Culture Renovation®, released in January 2021. Kevin is currently on the board of directors or advisory board of: Performitiv, Guild Education, EdCast, and Sanctuary. He is also on the board of Best Buddies Washington where he helped establish the first office for Best Buddies in the state in 2019. Learn more about i4cp at www.i4cp.com.
Brandon SchassbergerSVP Business Transformation, People & Capability at Mastercard.
Brandon is leading the business transformation team for Mastercard’s People & Capability function and is charged with developing and delivering a multi-year, strategic change portfolio to increase operational excellence across the organization. Brandon joined Mastercard in 2020 as the Chief of Staff to the Chief People Officer. Prior to Mastercard, he worked in the financial services industry leading teams in technology, HR, and finance.