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Elekta turns to workforce analytics to inform board decisions
This article is part of the CWEurope issue of February-April 2017
Executives at Stockholm-based healthcare company Elekta have begun using human resources (HR) trend data to make strategic business decisions, following the company’s introduction of a global HR system. A year after completing the roll-out of cloud-based HR technology to 3,800 staff across 24 countries, board members are now able to view workforce trends in each of Elekta’s operations worldwide, says global HR business manager Raymond L’homme. Elekta, which specialises in developing treatment for cancer and brain disorders, replaced incompatible HR systems and spreadsheets with a cloud service from Workday in 2014. The last country, Germany, went live this year. Board members now receive a single report on the status of the company’s global workforce, and can drill down into recruitment, staff turnover and performance data. “It’s easier for them to make decisions. They had numbers, but now, with that extra context, they can easily make decisions with fewer assumptions,” says L’homme. Linking HR to finance The company is now ...
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