Human resources analytics may sound a little daunting, but it’s key for decision making and measuring success. In this interactive session, you’ll learn how to apply HR data to your work and take it to the next level.
You’ll walk away with an analytics framework and examples of how to leverage data for different functions within human resources. Whether you’re in benefits, compensation, recruiting or talent development, this session will help you better utilize data to achieve your business goals.
- Discover the framework for HR analytics and assess what level you’re at within it
- Understand the different levels of HR analytics and how to apply them in real life
- Create an analytics roadmap and how you can continue to evolve your use of it over time
ABOUT OUR PRESENTER
Megan Nail, CCP, SHRM-SCP, CEBS
As Vice President, Consulting & Total Rewards, Megan advises clients on how to meet their organization’s goals through total rewards and compensation strategy. She builds and designs valuable compensation structures that attract, engage, and retain top talent. With over 16 years’ experience as a volunteer leader at the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), Megan has invested in building and strengthening the HR community. She is currently the national Membership Advisory Council representative for the North Central Region, which is the highest level of volunteer leadership within SHRM. She is the immediate past State Director for HR Indiana SHRM. Megan attended Purdue University where she graduated summa cum laude with a Master of Science in Organizational Communication. Megan also received a summa cum laude Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication Management from the University of Dayton. Megan most recently served as Vice President, Total Rewards Practice at First Person (now a subsidiary of NFP) and Senior Human Resources & Compensation Manager at Faegre Baker Daniels law firm. Outside the office, Megan enjoys supporting local sports teams, reading, and visiting her favorite Indianapolis restaurant, Iozzo’s Garden of Italy. She also loves spending time with her family and her two sons.