Topic: People Analytics and Supporting Employee Needs During the Return to Work. Presenter: Dr. Brett Wells, Director of People Analytics at Perceptyx, Inc.
This webinar highlights the collective intelligence gathered from employee surveys specific to COVID-19, across more than 100 global enterprises, representing every industry. The insights uncovered from this growing database of over 500 million data points are intended to help business leaders see the way forward during these unprecedented and uncertain times.
June Program June 9th, 12:00pm-1:00pm This meeting will be hosted via Zoom and the link will be sent to those who register for the program. Program Topic: People Analytics and Supporting Employee Needs During the Return to Work COVID-19 has provided the catalyst for employers to at least temporarily allow more flexible working arrangements. This raises several questions: What level of change are employees experiencing? Do employees want these changes to be temporary or permanent? How do these changes affect employee engagement? What can this teach us about the eventual return to work? This webinar highlights the collective intelligence gathered from employee surveys specific to COVID-19, across more than 100 global enterprises, representing every industry. The insights uncovered from this growing database of over 500 million data points are intended to help business leaders see the way forward during these unprecedented and uncertain times. Presenter: Dr. Brett Wells Director of People Analytics at Perceptyx, Inc. Dr. Brett Wells is the Director of People Analytics at Perceptyx, Inc., helping clients make sense of employee data to make better business decisions. For over the past 10 years, Brett has served as an external consultant to leaders at Fortune 500 companies, including Amazon, ExxonMobil, AT&T, Delta Air Lines, and the Estée Lauder Companies, aiding in the creation and implementation of people analytics strategies and solutions. Brett received his Ph.D. in social and industrial-organizational psychology from Northern Illinois University. A recognized thought leader on emerging workforce trends and digital technologies, he has published over 40 peer-reviewed journal articles, book chapters, and conference papers, most recently on data visualization in The Cambridge Handbook of Technology and Human Behavior. Registration Cost: Free
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