IHRIM's Advanced Staffing Analytics
Upcoming Dates and Locations
Tuesday, October 15th, 2013
1:00pm - 5:00pm PST
Deloitte Conference Facility
555 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA 94105
This 1/2 day course is being held in conjunction with IHRIM's 2013 Workforce Analytics Forum. You can register for the course or take advantage of a combined course/Forum package. To register for a combined package that contains the Forum (prices below), please visit IHRIM's 2013 Workforce Analytics Forum registration
Staffing is a core human resources management function. But it is also complex, involving a sequence of interrelated decisions controlled alternatively by job seekers and organization decision makers. Developing metrics and analytics to improving staffing effectiveness requires an understanding of these decisions and a framework of metrics and analytics supporting organization decision makers' actions in their roles as decision makers and decision influencers. A system of metrics and associated analytics is offered that can form the foundation for evaluating staffing effectiveness for all positions in all organizations, but which has it greatest utility in high volume recruitment.
Who Gains the Most from Attending?
This half-day course is designed for an Advanced level audience. This course will be particularly useful for individuals involved in who manage some or all of the processes involved in staffing high volume positions in mid-size to large organizations. Additionally individuals involved in conducting staffing analytics or developing and reporting metrics for all aspects of talent management will find the content useful.
What You Will Learn
• Current Staffing Effectiveness Metrics
• The Theoretic Foundations of the Business Case for Improved Staffing
• How to Measure Staffing Effectiveness
• A System of Staffing Metrics and Associated Analytics
• Implications for Staffing Practice
About the Instructor
Dr. Kevin D. Carlson
Associate Professor of Management
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Kevin Carlson is an Associate Professor of Management in the Pamplin College of Business at Virginia Tech, and teaches courses in Human Resource Management, Productivity and Quality Improvement and Applied Human Resource Information Systems. His research interests include knowledge and its role in decisionmaking, the evaluation of staffing effectiveness, and the use of human resource information systems to improve organization function. His work has been published in the Journal of Applied Psychology, Personnel Psychology, Journal of Management, and Personnel Review and he has presented at the annual meetings of the Academy of Management, the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, and IHRIM.