SAVE THE DATE(s) for our latest Lunch & Learn SeriesData Driven: Using information at your fingertips to improve employee retention
Thursday, March 31st Mitigate the Impact of TGR With Numbers At Your Fingertips
The Great Resignation is challenging businesses like never before to keep their employees and fill vacancies when they leave. Join Dr. Julie Alig for discussion of ways to use numbers you already have to improve employee retention and identify potentially lucrative sources of finding new employees.
Thursday, April 14th
Keeping Track of Employee Engagement: Surveys and Beyond Keeping Keeping employees engaged has always been important for business, but The Great Resignation has brought renewed attention to this for HR. Join Dr. Julie Alig for a discussion of ways to measure this that go beyond fielding a survey.
Presenter: Dr. Julie Alig, CEO & Founder of JLA Analytics, LLC and Data Analytics/People Analytics Instructor at UNH
Submitted for HRCI and SHRM CE credits
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Dr. JULIE ALIG
Dr. Julie Alig, CEO and Founder of JLA Analytics, LLC, brings clarity to chaos for businesses and organizations by using data science and visualization to develop actionable insights from their data. As a result, organizations boost revenue, increase efficiency and improve employee morale and retention. Dr. Alig earned her Bachelor's from Columbia College, Columbia University (NYC) and her Doctorate in Political Science from the University of Chicago. After earning her Doctorate, Dr. Alig spent 20 years in higher education administration using analytics and survey research to provide decision support to offices across the institution. Her portfolio included retention and “gatekeeper” course analysis; budget forecasts; market research; surveys of faculty, students, and alumni, and more. In 2019 Dr. Alig started her own consulting company, JLA Analytics, to bring her skills and expertise to businesses and organizations. Since then she's worked with clients ranging from medical device manufacturers to HR outsourcing providers to restaurant and hospitality businesses. She lives in Manchester, NH with her husband, a Professor of Politics at the University of New Hampshire, and her two teenaged children.
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