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Commentary, customer examples and contemporary research that further our mission. Leading the charge to utilize numbers to add people to business optimization efforts.


PAW Workforce & TChat Bridge Predictive Learning Gap for HR

March 26, 2015
By Talent Analytics Corp

Chad Harness from Fifth Third Bank and Jen Kirkwood from ADP talk predictive analytics on TChat next week. Watch the show preview and tune in: 4/1 from 7-8pm ET.

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Chief Scientist talks predicting attrition at INFORMS Boston event

March 3, 2015
By Talent Analytics Corp

On February 24, Chief Scientist Pasha Roberts presented on the application of data science to workforce optimization for the Boston Chapters of INFORMS / ASA and Bentley University analytics students. Read the recap.

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PAW Workforce is Your Front Row Seat to PREDICTIVE Workforce Success

January 23, 2015
By Talent Analytics Corp

Momentum is building for THE predictive workforce analytics event of 2015 taking place this spring in San Francisco: Predictive Analytics World for Workforce.

Learn why this is a MUST ATTEND event…

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2015 – Pick the Right Predictive Talent Analytics Partner

January 7, 2015
By Talent Analytics Corp

CEO Greta Roberts offers her prediction that in 2015 customers will embrace predictive workforce solutions that produce real business results.

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Message from the CEO: 2014 Recap & Looking Ahead to 2015

December 26, 2014
By Talent Analytics Corp

CEO Greta Roberts recaps an exciting 2014 and highlights THE predictive workforce analytics event in 2015. We hope you’ll consider attending PAW for Workforce.

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CEO Greta Roberts on SAP Radio: How HR Can Become More Predictive

October 28, 2014
By Talent Analytics Corp

On the October 27th SAP Radio show, Talent Analytics CEO Greta Roberts & Mick Collins from SuccessFactors gave recommendations for HR & LOB leaders seeking to get more predictive. Listen here.

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