Alison DiFlorio Presents: HR Metrics That Matter

  • 02/11/2020
  • 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
  • The Inn at Swarthmore 10 S. Chester Rd. Swarthmore, Pa. 19081


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          February's Keynote Speaker:

       Alison DiFlorio   
          HR Metrics That Matter

Key Takeaways: 

    Today’s HR professionals are expected to be business partners. Learning to leverage metrics that matter will help you align HR practices to strategic business goals. Through case study and interactive discussion, participants will leave with a better understanding of how to look at and present workforce analytics, how to align HR activities to what’s important to the business, and how to create a compelling story to influence and gain buy-in from key stakeholders in their organization.

o   “Three in four surveyed companies (75%) believe that using people analytics is “important,” but just 8 percent believe their organization is “strong” in this area—almost exactly the same percent-age as in 2014.”

o   “...more than 80 percent of HR professionals score themselves low in their ability to analyze—a troubling fact in an increasingly data-driven field”

    About the Speaker:

    Alison DiFlorio, PHR is the President of the HR Division, Exude Inc. She co-founded the division in 2006 after more than 20 years in HR and training/development roles in the corporate sector. Her group provides expertise in the areas of training and development/management coaching, HR compliance and process and on-site HR consulting/placement. Alison’s work is based on the belief that an organization’s greatest resource is its human resource.

    Prior to joining Exude, Inc., Alison spent ten years leading the training and development efforts for the Philadelphia-area Marriott Hotels and was a key member of the company’s national leadership training cadre. She was recognized for her work in the area of employee engagement which became the basis for Marriott International’s national employee engagement program. The year following the national implementation of the program, Marriott International experienced significant business results and significantly improved its place on the Forbes Best Places to Work list.

    HRCI/SHRM credits are pending for this event

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