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  • VIDEO: Karan Buch from Morgan Stanley on Natural Language Processing in HR

    In this presentation, delivered virtually during #PeopleAnalyticsMonth in March 2020 for the London HR and People Analytics Meetup group, Karan Buch from Morgan Stanley gave this talk on Natural Language Processing in HR.



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  • VIDEO: Dave Millner, The HR Curator, sharing Insights from the People Analytics Industry

    In this presentation, delivered virtually during #PeopleAnalyticsMonth in March 2020 for the London HR and People Analytics Meetup group, @Dave Millner talks us through someone the highlights identified from his latest book.



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  • VIDEO: #PeopleAnalyticsMonth Sofia MeetUp 4

    HR & People Analytics chapter in Sofia, Bulgaria is happy to share the video recording from the PeopleAnalyticsMonth initiative by Nigel.
    Originally we planned to gather in our favourite location at the heart of the Bulgarian capital but due to quick change of events we managed to regroup quickly and help the meet up online in Zoom.

    The topic of our presentation, demo and Q&A was People analytics - smarter, strategic and informed talent decisions.

    For more details you can review the attached slide deck and learn more about the journey of the local community and our next event planned again online on April 8h, 2020

    Watch the recording here:


    Hope you find it useful/interesting and "see" you soon
    Yana
  • NYC Strategic HR Analytics meetup (virtual)

    On Mar 17th as part of a global series of events during the #PeopleAnalyticsMonth, we will be hosting the next NYC Strategic HR Analytics meetup. As always - we are bringing together groups of incredible individuals: people analytics practitioners, those who are learning about it (students and professors), those who are interested to move into this space and those who are looking to hire them, those who are developing people analytics services/products/offerings.

    To be truly inclusive and allow those of you who might not always be able to attend in person and since its #PeopleAnalyticsMonth, we are going to run an experiment move the upcoming meeting online only. It will also help address concerns about large gatherings during a pandemic. We are removing the charge for the event going forward and those of you who want a refund - please send an email to .

    We have an exciting lineup of brag-stories! And those of you who didn’t make it in - let’s chat about other opportunities for you to share / present at future events.

    "Using data visualization for compensation strategy” with Samantha Feldman, Head of People Analytics, Grayscalable
    "Practical Applications in People Analytics: Distance Study" by Joseph Ifiegbu, Head of People Analytics, WeWork
    “Using Data Visualization to help with emergency preparedness” with Jeremy Shapiro, Head of Workforce Analytics at Merck

    The meet-up event will start at 6:30 and go till about 7:30PM on Mar 17th.

    To join: dial into: https://zoom.us/j/664416440

    Meeting ID: 664 416 440

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    Find your local number: https://zoom.us/u/an7w7vNL3

    Looking forward to hearing from you! Oh and don’t forget to reserve your spot to actually attend the event.

    Stela, Jeremy, Paula, Maryam, Bennet, Philip, Ian, Annabel
  • March 2020: #PeopleAnalyticsMonth

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    Around the world meetups of HR and people analytics communities are forming. Led by independent community leaders from their local area, these grassroots communities meet to share industry experiences, stories and enthusiasm - as well as usually a drink and some food. The diversity of experience and knowledge in the room is often vast, ranging from industry veterans to newcomers, from technologists to HR generalists. Everyone is welcome.

    Since August, we have been signposting people towards these communities through our Global HR and People Analytics Meetup Map, and our Global Meetup Calendar. Now in March 2020, on behalf of the meetup organisers around the world, we invite you to find and celebrate these local people analytics communities as part of #PeopleAnalyticsMonth.

    What cities are taking part in #PeopleAnalyticsMonth? Where do I find out more?There are meetups taking place in cities around the world - not quite on every continent but we're getting there! Want to hear from some of the Meetup organisers themselves? Check out this video:



    For the full list of events and their registration details, please check out the Meetup calendar. If you want to be kept even more up to date on meetups and the HR Analytics ThinkTank research, please sign up to the newsletter.

    In short, the events taking place during March:

    • 26 February: Austin (Ethan Burris and Roxanne Laczo)
    • 3 March: Ireland/Limerick (Sarah Kieran and Maria Belizon), Mexico City (Federico Barco)
    • 4 March: Boston (Rob King)
    • 10 March: Sydney (Shahram Karimi)
    • 17 March: Amsterdam (Brydie Lear, Patrick Coolen, Marielle Sonnenberg), Auckland (Barbara Daxenberger), Barcelona (Marta Gascón Corella), Brisbane (Audrey Ciccone, Belinda Ellem), Buenos Aires (Sergio Garcia Mora, Lucila Baus, Pablo Senra and Patricia Hartvig), Chicago (Alina Guarise), South Cali/Irvine (Mei Kim), London (Nigel Dias), Los Angeles (Hayden Balow), Madrid (Delia Majarín), Munich (David Shontz), New York (Stela Lupushor, Jeremy Shapiro), Salt Lake City (Chris Taulbee), Sofia (Yanitsa Ilieva), Switzerland/St Moritz (Andrew Marritt)
    • 18 March: Belgrade (Maja Ninkovic)
    • 24 March: Melbourne (Roel van Etten)
    • 26 March: San Francisco (Annika Schultz, Ben Teusch)
    • 31 March: Minneapolis (Kelli Gochenaur)

    There isn't a meetup in my area - what do I do?Each Meetup is run by an independent organiser, who decided to start their community and run their own events. If there isn't a meetup in your area, you have two choices: 1) You wait for someone else to start a meetup in your city or 2) You start the meetup in your area.

    If you would like to start a group, you won't be alone - you can join the Meetup Organiser Group, you can use our How to Run a Meetup Guide, and you can attend our regular calls on running Meetups. To start your own meetup and get involved, please complete this form.


    Hopefully see you at an HR and People Analytics Meetup soon.
  • Postponed: Belgrade People Analytics Meetup on 24th March 2020

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    Hi everyone!

    On March 24, supporting the #peopleanalyticsmonth initiative, we will be hosting the first People Analytics Meetup in Belgrade, Serbia!

    PA Belgrade Meetup is an open and informal event, bringing together people analytics professionals, data experts, HR professionals, organizational leaders and other people who just may be data-curious, but enthusiastic about the application of people data in making workplaces better.

    Our initial step in creating a grassroots people analytics community is to have a moderated round-table discussion about the needs and challenges we can address, speakers we can invite, and topics people would like to see covered.

    DATE: 24th March 2020
    LOCATION: Nova Iskra co-working space, Dorcol
    TIME: 18-20h
    RSVP: Space is limited, so please RSVP via our Belgrade People Analytics Meetup page here:
    https://www.meetup.com/People-Analytics-Belgrade/events/268978889/

    A big thank you to Nova Iskra for providing a beautiful space to host this event!

    Organizer: People Analytics Hub by Alathea R&S
    Moderators:
    Maja Ninkovic, Head of People Analytics Services at Alathea R&S/People Analytics Hub
    Venesa Musovic, Qualitative researcher & Experience design lead, People Analytics Hub
  • Stamford CT People Analytics Meetup - March 31st #PeopleAnalyticsMonth

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    TOPIC: How A Data-Driven Culture Is Driving Pitney Bowes Forward

    SPEAKER: Mike Salva, HR Specialist, People Analytics & M&A Pitney Bowes

    Please join us as Mike shares the Pitney Bowes journey and their evolution through digital transformation. He will highlight both how they leveraged data/people analytics to advance the HR function’s capabilities and the value and insights that it provides to the business.

    WHERE: UConn Stamford, 1 University Pl, Stamford, CT
    WHEN: March 31st, 6:00pm – 8:00pm

    RSVP: Space is limited, so please RSVP via our Stamford People Analytics Meetup Group as soon as possible here: https://bit.ly/3bS1I0w.

    Pizza and networking time included! Many thanks to UConn Stamford for supplying the venue!
  • Austin People Analytics Meetup - 26 February

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    On Feb 26, as part of #PeopleAnalyticsMonth, we will be hosting the next Austin People Analytics meetup! Our next Austin People Analytics Meetup will have Brian Fruchey from Indeed presenting some of the latest. One of the holy grails of People Analytics is connecting these various metrics to core business outcomes. He will lead a discussion about three concrete strategies to do just that. Using case studies, Brian will shed light on three tactics that all of us can use, including some using native workday functionality to improve specific business outcomes.

    Come hear about the practices of one of the leading companies identifying and attracting talent.

    To register for the event, please click here - https://www.eventbrite.com/e/94438940413/
  • NYC Strategic HR Analytics Meetup (Mar 17)

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    On Mar 17th as part of a global series of events during the #PeopleAnalyticsMonth, we will be hosting the next NYC Strategic HR Analytics meetup. As always - we are bringing together groups of incredible individuals: people analytics practitioners, those who are learning about it (students and professors), those who are interested to move into this space and those who are looking to hire them, those who are developing people analytics services/products/offerings.

    Open call for submissions: if you are leading or part of People Analytics team at your organization, and feeling really proud of something you’ve done (project, visualization, analysis, infrastructure, creative way of processing the data or solving a problem, or really good work with your HRBPs, etc.) please send to [masked] by Mar 10th the following:

    - Overview of your solution
    - Why do you think it is creative and will be of interest to the community to hear about
    - What impact it had and on whom,
    - How much time you need to present it (hint: the less the better).

    N.B. Please do not forget to check with your "powers that be" to ensure you have the permission to share or have a way to protect the information that should not be disclosed.

    The organizing team will evaluate all the submissions based on the following criteria: how creative + how impactful your solution is + how much potential it has to inspire others to adopt it. We will select a few to be showcased during the Mar 17th or to be written about at a later time.

    If you or someone in your network is interested to host and/or sponsor us - please email [masked].

    Looking forward to hearing from you! Oh and don’t forget to reserve your spot to actually attend the event.

    https://www.meetup.com/HRAnalyticsPros/events/268777686/
  • London HR and People Analytics Meetup - 17 March #PeopleAnalyticsMonth

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    We look forward to bringing the London HR and People Analytics meetup community together on the 17th March as part of #PeopleAnalyticsMonth. This month we will be meeting virtually.

    We are happy to announce our speakers for the session:

    - Dave Millner. Dave Millner, HR leader behind @HRCurator, consultant with over 30 years internal and external experience and author of “Introduction to People Analytics” book (April 2020)”. In his talk, he will cover a range of topics covered in the book research, from the expectations of executives to the commercialisation of HR and the future of the HR function.

    - Karan Buch. Karan is an Executive Director at Morgan Stanley, specialising in people analytics. A veteran of the industry, he will be sharing some of his experiences of working with analytics and Morgan Stanley and across his career.

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    To register for the event, please click here.

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