In XpertHR’s 60-minute webinar at 2pm BST on Thursday 28 September 2017, people analytics expert Sjoerd van den Heuvel will demonstrate how organisations are harnessing the power of people analytics to manage retention.
Khurram Shamsee from DAC Beachcroft will also join us to discuss the legal implications of using employee data for such projects.
The webinar covers:
- the use of people data to monitor changes in workforce composition;
- using this information to pinpoint retention issues within the organisation;
practical examples of transforming organisational performance by using people analytics to resolve retention problems; and
- the data protection implications of people analytics activities, including the legal bases for processing data.
The webinar will also demonstrate XpertHR’s new product concept, which uses people analytics to support the reduction of unwanted turnover, optimise people management and drive business performance.
The webinar includes a Q&A session. Register now to submit your questions to the speakers.
Dr Sjoerd van den Heuvel is a researcher and lecturer at the University of Applied Sciences Utrecht in the Netherlands. His research focuses primarily on the development, implementation and acceptation of people analytics. He teaches people analytics to professionals, undergraduate students and graduate students, and provides public as well as in-company people analytics training across the globe. Sjoerd holds a PhD in Human Resource Management and prior to his current position, he worked as an HR management consultant (Capgemini Consulting).
Khurram Shamsee is head of the London employment team at DAC Beachcroft and a recognised expert for data privacy and human rights issues arising in the employment context. His experience includes advising a major insurer on the data privacy implications of implementing new monitoring software impacting on employees across 20 jurisdictions, and devising a unique protocol for a major retail bank to streamline compliance with subject access requests from customers and employees. Khurram has also successfully defended civil claims for alleged breaches of the Data Protection Act.