There’s no more pervasive problem today than retention, and there’s no nobler a mission than moving the world forward on diversity.
In this interactive discussion, we explore retention and diversity in the Enterprise today, and why these strategies are falling short. We also discuss the role of people analytics in enabling leaders to:
- Predict employee churn, and decide what initiatives are needed to retain top talent
- Set measurable and achievable diversity equity and inclusion goals.
Accelerating Diversity and Tackling the Resignation Wave in 2021
Turnover is ridiculously expensive: according to Gallup’s 2021 State of the Global Workplace Report, replacing an employee costs 50%-200% of their annual salary.
Progress toward pay equity is alarmingly slow: Visier research found the pay gap between underrepresented groups and white employees could take more than 25 years to close, and 78 years for Black employees in particular.
In this interactive discussion, Angela Ignam Mahon of Aviva and Catriona Lindsay of Avon unpack retention and diversity in the Enterprise today, and why these strategies are falling short. We also discuss the role of people analytics in enabling leaders to:
- Predict the employees most at risk of turnover, and decide what initiatives are needed to retain top talent
- Set measurable and achievable diversity equity and inclusion goals, and accelerate progress now!
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Ian is an advocate for the crucial role that people play in helping companies thrive. His career has focused on enabling people, teams and companies to perform at their best.
For the last 15 years Ian has been helping leaders elevate their HR strategies and programs through the effective use of people analytics.
At Visier Ian led the development of our market leading solution and now leads the overall strategy for the People Analytics business.
I am currently the Head of HR Insights at UBS, focusing on advanced people analytics projects for key strategies priorities within the bank. Previously, I was the Global Head of People Data & Analytics at AXA XL, responsible for developing and implementing the people analytics strategy, operating model, data governance, and analytics projects.
I have eight years’ client-facing consulting experience between PwC’s People Analytics team and Deloitte’s People and Programmes practice specialising in Workforce Analytics. I’ve led a number of people and talent analytics, planning, HR and OD projects across a variety of industries in public and private sector producing insightful analyses, visualisations, and recommendations often to senior or executive-level organisation leaders. I’ve delivered analytics projects for multiple banking clients and is familiar with the unique regulatory and business challenges of this sector.
I have deep analytical expertise and a passion for the power of analytics to help solve an organisation’s deepest problems, demonstrated in engagements with large organisations across multiple areas of the business to provide workforce analytics insight at both the strategic level and detailed organisation level. I have experience with a wide array of analytics tools and techniques, and is was an analytics champion at PwC for Tableau and was an analytics innovator at Deloitte.
Max Blumberg, PhD is founder of the Blumberg Partnership, a Top 50 People Analytics consultancy that delivers global analytics and salesforce solutions to organisations like Nestle, Lloyds Register, the BBC, Rentokil Initial, Barclays Corporate and the CIPD.
Prior to this, Max worked as a management consultant at Accenture, after which he founded and successfully exited a technology start-up. In addition to his commercial work, Max is also a Visiting Professor at Leeds University Business School and a Visiting Researcher at Goldsmiths, University of London.