Experience, Productivity, Data, and Ethics
Speaker: Littal Shemer-Haim, People Analytics Consultant
In the new workplace, managers and HR reps may find themselves reaching through the ether to accurately gauge their employees. There are no cubicles or water coolers, no break rooms or conference rooms. That tangible, observable information--on how our employees interact, how they connect, and what's getting done--is now something we took for granted. But this does not mean we must become Big Brother.the new ethics of HR must be addressed and firmly established. People analytics must be given high priority, but it also must be held to an ethical standard. Join Littal Shemer-Haim, People Analytics Consultant over 20 years, and learn to form an HR department that is critical, business-minded, and ethical.