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July 13, 2018

The focus of workforce planning is expanding in multiple directions.  Organizations are increasingly global in terms of labor, customers, extended supply chains and more, but the definition of labor is changing.  Robots, or RPAs, are replacing or disrupting certain jobs, and will be changing other jobs.  Global workforce planning should address not only q...

June 22, 2018

When you have a large workforce divided into tens or even hundreds of granular groups, forecasting headcount needs can be difficult. A good baseline forecast usually relies on recent trends, but where a workforce is highly differentiated, growth trends tend to be as well. Some employee groups may be growing steadily; others may show sudden surges in growt...

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...

March 5, 2018

Embarking on a workforce planning journey can be overwhelming. Determining what data to collect, what metrics to focus on, how to set up reporting, how to analyze all the outputs, and how to gather various stakeholder requirements are just a few of the initial requirements. It is no wonder why many organizations get perpetually stuck in the “how do we get...

October 16, 2017

Now that people analytics has established a firm foothold within world’s top companies, most HR professionals are convinced of its promise. However, as the technology evolves rapidly, misperceptions abound. One such misperception is particularly prevalent: many practitioners overlook the subtle distinction between building and utilizing predictive models.

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October 8, 2017

Organizations are placing more emphasis on their build-from-within strategies as part of their overall approach to talent. Moreover, they are discovering the critical importance of identifying, retaining, and developing high-potential and high-performing employees. In many cases organizations are facing low talent availability, expensive onboarding, and e...

February 7, 2017

1. Scalability

The latest cloud-based technology provides a secure platform capable of storing unlimited data. Workforce analytics and planning cloud technology integrates past, present, and future data stored in a centralized location poised to deliver high-value insight. With an insatiable appetite for data the cloud provides an insight gold mine that on...

November 30, 2016

Identifying ways to improve the business by applying analytics can be a tricky business. If you are like most enterprise organizations the number of business problems that would be good candidates for workforce analytics are endless. That is why it is critical to get some input and consensus from leaders as to which problems would be timely to focus on. I...

November 11, 2016

Financial ramifications are not always on the forefront when it comes to HR decisions, but increasingly HR is realizing prominence at the decision table is enhanced when financial implications are fully taken into account. The tools that are now available can seamlessly model the financial impact of decisions while key HR issues are addressed. Ideas and a...

October 25, 2016

Now more than ever it is important to predict talent gaps through predictive workforce planning. Getting a good picture of what makes up your workforce demog

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