Using HR analytics to unlock high performance in FS

Financial services companies are struggling to attract young talent and to engage their existing employees. However, transforming the employee experience by investing in workforce analytics is not as complex and expensive as perceived. Those that make the investment will gain an edge as they compete for the best talent and seek to sharpen workforce performance.

A concept Accenture calls the employee genome holds the key to employee productivity and contentment. It makes it possible to shift from mass-management of HR to individual profiles, services and experiences that will maximize motivation and productivity and make the firm a preferred employer.

Organizations can leverage predictive analytics, artificial intelligence (AI) and the cheap computing power of the cloud to analyze and act on HR data and other data sources such as social media. They can use their data to build a rich, digital representation of each employee—then use this to drive better, hyper-personalized experiences at the moments that matter in the employee journey.

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HR Analytics: Financial Services Talent and Organization

Accenture's video shows how FS organizations can use HR analytics to unlock forward-looking insights and maximize the strategic value of HR. See more.

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Eighty percent of leaders are still using ‘gut feeling’ and personal opinions to make decisions that affect talent-management practices.

Yohann Bollack

Managing Director – Financial Services, Talent & Organization, Gallia


Reimagining HR in Financial Services
Supercharging HR data management

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