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March 22, 2019

Vemo sponsored the 2019 HCI PAWP Conference in Miami earlier this month. Our CEO Peter Louch offered insightful opening remarks and we would like to share with those who where unable to attend. The remarks are great for those who are just getting started with workforce analytics and planning, common barriers that you may encounter and also the Vemo framew...

May 11, 2018

Many people are hoping that predictive analytics will be the new recipe book for human capital management, but the true gain is that predictive analytics can give you "just enough" information more readily and more quickly. In today's business environment, making quick, good decisions is often better than making slow, perfect decisions.  Rather than study...

April 27, 2018

Vemo is excited to participate and support the annual EHRG (Energy Human Resources Groups) conference hosted by Entergy in beautiful New Orleans May 7th and 8th. Several of the energy group members participate in an annual survey that provides valuable industry benchmarking and Vemo looks forward to presenting the 2017 results live at the conference. Vemo...

April 4, 2018

Here's what's currently on my mind with advances in workforce planning made possible by use of machine learning - and predictive analytics in general.  Based on current global trends such as further globalization of work, changing skillsets required by employers and ever increasing competition, workforce planning needs to keep on evolving to help employer...

December 5, 2017

Consider the following analytics initiatives pitched at this year’s HR trade conferences:

  • Outfit your entire workforce with Fitbits to monitor the sleep patterns and fitness levels of your workforce. Track the lifestyle habits of top performers and push employees with unhealthy habits to follow suit.

  • Use text mining to study employee emails and d...

November 1, 2017

Having a good idea of when people are going to leave an organization is valuable intelligence, but knowing the reason why they leave delivers a superior competitive edge. Historically, intuition and experience have been the primary methods of determining when people are leaving, why, and what action to take. Now, with a more data-driven approach, a leader...

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