[Webinar] How Analytics Can Identify and Stop Your Biggest Workplace Problems

How to Use Analytics to Diagnose and Eliminate Workplace Harassment, Bias, and Other Culture Problems

Do you know how many of your employees are going to walk out the door next quarter? Or, better yet, exactly which employees they will be? Thanks to AI, this level of certainty is now a reality.

Companies like IBM are using AI-powered analytics to predict which employees will leave in the next six months with 95% accuracy. The “predictive attrition program” has saved IBM nearly $300 million in retention costs, according to IBM CEO Ginni Rometty in a CNBC interview.

In the same way that AI can predict employee turnover, when provided the right data, AI can also predict when and where an organization will experience harassment and bias, allowing employers to address issues before they turn into legal claims and negatively affect productivity and morale.

In this webinar, led by workplace culture expert Janine Yancey, Founder and CEO, Emtrain, and Robert Todd, Chief Product Officer, Emtrain, we’ll show you how to identify and predict your organization’s risk for harassment and bias claims, including how to:

  • Reverse engineer harassment and bias situations down to their core situational elements
  • Generate and track employee data that indicates whether those elements exist in the workforce and to what degree
  • Use a prescriptive diagnostic to help remedy various problematic situations.

Webinar Details

TITLE: How Analytics Can Diagnose and Cure Your Biggest Workplace Problems
DAY: Tuesday, May 21, 2019
TIME: 9:00 a.m. – 10:00 noon Pacific | 12:00 p.m.-1:00 p.m. Eastern
SPEAKERS: Janine Yancey, CEO, Emtrain and Robert Todd, Chief Product Officer, Emtrain
CONTINUING EDUCATION: This webinar will be eligible for HRCI credits

Register today and learn how to identify, generate, and apply data to help create a more positive and productive workplace culture.

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