Sustaining Organisational Performance through HR Analytics – 13 February 2020

The objective of this course is to provide anyone who is responsible for part or all of an
organisation’s performance and who wants to make better use of available HR data in taking
learned decisions. Such training will enable participants to develop a logical and sequential
approach to analysing, interpreting and making use of such data for better business usage.

Instructed by: Robert Delia. in:

Seminar Description

Seminar Description

Introduction

Statistics on organisational performance is a key management tool that enables better and
more informed decisions to be taken by an organisation at both a strategic as well as at an
operational level. An important source of information for such statistics is the significant
amount of HR data that already exists within the organisation, but which is not being
utilised to its’ full. This course will introduce an innovative approach to understanding,
analysing and utilising available HR data as a means to improve organisational performance.

Course Outline

  • Understanding the validity and importance of available HR data within the
    organisation.
  • Learning to analyse and interpret the data being provided.
  • Understanding how to be able to measure organisational performance from HR
    performance.
  • Learning to predict problems/issues in organisational performance from the HR
    information.
  • Linking operational performance with organisational strategy through HR Analytics.

 

Who Should Attend?

This course is designed for all managers, team leaders, supervisors, and other professionals
ho would like to learn and/or make better use of HR Analytical tools applying these within
their respective organisations, thus enabling better decision making within the organisation.

Conclusion

The objective of this course is to provide anyone who is responsible for part or all of an
organisation’s performance and who wants to make better use of available HR data in taking
learned decisions. Such training will enable participants to develop a logical and sequential
approach to analysing, interpreting and making use of such data for better business usage.

CPE

Qualifies for 3 CPE Professional hours under the core competency area.

Seminar Fee

The seminar fee is €50.00 Non Members and €45 Members  . The fee covers seminar participation, coffee break and access to event resources.

A receipt will be issued to all participants.

Parking facilities

Participants are advised to make use of the venue’s car park. Parking space in the car park is available on a first come, first served basis. Parking is also available close to the venue.

Event Resources

Participants will receive the event resources by email.

Additional Information

For more information, kindly use the following communication mediums:

T: 21 58 53 74   M: 77 01 17 19   E: info@skillsmalta.com      Webpage: www.skillsmalta.com

Programme

Thursday, 13 February 2020

13.45  Registration

14:00 Sustaining Organisational Performance through HR Analytics

15.30   Coffee Break

15.45  Sustaining Organisational Performance through HR Analytics

17:15  Question Time

 

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