People Analytics Lead
In the current labour market it is more important than ever to make sure that you have a good view on what you as an employer can do to improve the retention rate of your talent. In this session, we will discuss two advanced people analytics use cases along the employee journey that have already been proven to be successful in terms of business impact and ROI.
During the session we will not only discuss the details of the data crunching and modelling part of the two use cases, but we will also connect and position those two stand alone solutions into well-known broader frameworks in your organisation like Strategic Workforce Planning and the Employee Value Proposition. Also, we will touch upon the other essential elements you need to consider to create true business impact.
This session will explore:
- The great resignation wave / talent war
- Getting a better view on what drives your employees, and what they appreciate in working for your organisation
- Overall framework of where your stand alone people analytics solutions fit in: employee value proposition and / or SWP
- Use case 1: Total Reward optimization using conjoint techniques
- Use case 2: Predictive and prescriptive retention modelling
- Inspiration of two use cases examples, including advanced people analytics with limited data availability or quality
- How to position the use case in your overall employee value proposition
- Who from the business to involve (and when), including the concept of use case prioritisation
- Other things you need to consider to create impact, such as data driven-culture, stakeholder management, and storytelling.
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Linda is senior manager and leads PwC’s Switzerland and PwC’s Europe People Analytics capability and service offerings. She is involved in both local Swiss and cross-territory global client assignments in the people analytics area which covers the whole spectrum from strategy to execution. She joined the actuarial and people analytics practice of PwC Netherlands in 2012 and has now been working for several years at PwC Switzerland. Her consulting activities include developing clients’ people analytics strategies as well as implementing complex people and workforce analytics (integrated) solutions in the different HR domains.
As a qualified econometrician and actuary AAG, she strongly believes that it is crucial to transform data-driven results into explainable and actionable insights so that end-users and decision-makers can truly understand and use these insights and make “responsible” decisions based on them. Her experience allows Linda to support clients in creating more impact with their use case insights from HR and people data within their organisation.
Linda’s passion is to support the HR function in becoming a more strategic business partner by leveraging people data and analytics insights. In Linda’s view People Analytics it about how workforce data enriched with other internal and external data sources can support and enable the execution of the business strategy from a people angle. It enables HR to evolve from the traditional – more operational and scorekeeping – function to a strategic business partner.”
She was awarded the title of ‘Dutch actuarial talent of the year’ by the Dutch Actuarial Association in September 2019.