Webinar: The Elephant in the Room – Evidence-Based and Ethical HR Analytics
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 Export to Your Calendar 7/23/2020
When: Thursday, July 23, 2020
10:00 am Pacific, 12:00 pm Central, 1:00 pm Eastern
Where: Online - Webinar


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Join Us for RPI's July 23, 2020 Webinar

The Elephant in the Room – Evidence-Based and Ethical HR Analytics

Presented by Dr. Salvatore Falletta, SHRM-SCP, GPHR, Drexel University

Overview

The future is bright for HR analytics if performed ethically and responsibility. However, a recent study conducted by Insight 222 (2017), found that ethics and privacy concerns jeopardize 81% of HR analytics projects. This webinar introduces the HR Intelligence Cycle as an evidence-based and ethical approach for establishing an HR analytic function and core capabilities. In addition, this session will share some ethical guidelines to arm HR leaders and people analytics with the tools to proactively address ethical quandaries and challenge questionable people analytics practices in their organizations.

Cost

Free for RPI Practitioners
$20 for Subscriber Members
$25 for RPI Basic Members
$30 for non-members

Dr. Salvatore Falletta, SHRM-SCP, GPHR, Drexel University

Dr. Salvatore Falletta

Sal is a Professor and Program Director for the Human Resource Development (HRD) graduate program (https://online.drexel.edu) at Drexel University. Prior to Drexel, he was the founder and executive director for the HR Intelligence.Org – a not-for-profit educational advisory and consulting group. Sal also served as a Vice President and Chief HR Officer for a Fortune 1000 firm based in the Silicon Valley, CA and has held senior leadership positions in HR, learning and development, and organization development at several best-in-class companies, including Nortel Networks, Alltel, Intel Corporation, SAP, and Sun Microsystems. While at Intel, Sal was the Head of Global HR Research and Analytics where he led Intel’s global employee survey program, needs assessments, training and learning evaluations, organizational behavior research studies, and HR strategy and planning efforts. He holds a doctoral degree in HRD from North Carolina State University.



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