Did you know quitting a company is contagious? Yeah, us either. Luckily, there are really smart people looking at data and making such conclusions. That’s why we invited Andrea Derler, Ph.D., principal, research and value at Visier, a human-resources analytics company, to the show. Visier found that when employees were laid off or terminated, the likelihood that their direct colleagues would quit was 7.7 percent higher than if those employees had remained. Ooooh, that’s juicy.
In this episode, host David Mallon is joined by Visier’s Andrea Derler and Deloitte’s Eric Bokelberg to discuss using data to make better decisions in today’s world of work.
Andrea Derler speaks to us about what she has been finding lately that we can use to make better decisions relating to the humans in our organisations.
In particular, she discusses: the need for data capability addressing blind spots, turnover contagion, pre-quitting behaviours and the boomerang employee phenomenon.
In today’s increasingly complex world, acting on gut feelings is not always the best way to make company decisions, especially when it involves your people. Andrea Derler, Principal of Research and Value at Visier, shares what workforce trends leaders should be aware of and the analytics they should track alongside them.
Dr. Andrea Derler
Studying Humans Behind Data.