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People analytics webinars

Setting up your HR analytics function

April 2019

We are living through a fundamental transformation in the way we work. Massive disruption continues to impact work, workforces and workplaces. Organizations need a strong workforce strategy that helps them take action today to prepare for tomorrow. A strategy that successfully addresses the most ‘at risk’ organisational capabilities – the people experience and use of data analytics.


Diversity & Inclusion topics supported by analytics

May 2019

Diversity analytics is not only a nice to have in the CSR report, it can help an organization attain its objectives in terms of recruitment, retention, and business overall. We will present here a couple of solutions to get a better understanding on 1. How diversity in teams drives performance, and 2. How salaries vary as a function of demographic characteristics.


How to make your reward decisions data-driven in a new market

June 2019

Most companies nowadays are striving to make their HR and business decisions based on data. But what if there's no data available? In this webinar we will share with you case of Russian logistics company that wanted to have transparent and data-driven reward strategy for its branches, but faced severe unclarity in internal structure and lack of market salary information.


High performing teams: How to unlock the secrets hidden in your data

February 2019

In this webinar we we will show you how you can use PwC's Matching Artificial Intelligence Assistant tool to predict who of the candidates in the pipeline has the highest chance to be successfull and therefore should join your workforce.


How to keep your people happy: flight risk and total reward analytics

January 2019

Imagine if you could predict which employees are at risk of leaving your organisation and their main reasons for doing so? If you could find out what motivates your people and how they actually value the various benefits in their reward package? In this webinar we’ll be looking at client use cases where we used machine learning techniques to detect patterns in the data on why people were leaving. We’ll also be exploring the insights that conjoint analysis can provide.


Re-skilling in the digital age

December 2018

Many of the jobs that currently exist no longer need as many people to do them. On the other hand we’re also going to see new jobs being established. Competency modelling helps you identify the skills underlying many job profiles as a basis for transforming your workforce, for example by offering appropriate within your organisation the opportunity to re-educate so they have the right profile for the new role. In this session we’ll be taking an in-depth look at the underlying machine learning techniques used to create the relevant clusters.


The power of visualisations

November 2018

How can HR make more impact in the boardroom? In this webinar we’ll reveal the power of data visualisations and storytelling to get your message across. You don’t always need the most complex analytics and complicated explanations to make your point: if every picture tells a story, a picture is worth a 1,000 words.


Benchmarking and Saratoga online platform 

September 2018

PwC’s Saratoga Institute developed the first set of HR metrics nearly 40 years ago, and we’ve been setting the standard ever since. We’ve built the world’s most robust database of human resources metrics, with meaningful comparisons with thousands of organisations around the world. In this webinar we’ll be looking at ways PwC’s Saratoga database can add value for your organisation.


Strategic Workforce Planning

June 2018

We are living through a fundamental transformation in the way we work. Automation and ‘thinking machines’ are replacing human tasks and jobs, and changing the skills that organisations are looking for in their people. These momentous changes raise huge organisational, talent and HR challenges. Even more, the pace of change is accelerating. Competition for the right talent is fierce.


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Bas van de Pas

Bas van de Pas

Partner, PwC Netherlands

Tel: +31 (0)62 263 83 99