HR Tech & Analytics Conference

Showcasing how HR analytics can drive transformation and optimisation in your organisation

20 - 21 Nov 2017Grand Millennium, Auckland
Event Details
separately bookable workshops
Running HR systems on limited budgets
22 November 2017 | 9.00am - 12.30pm

Not all HR professionals have access to large budgets to run their analytics. This workshop will outline how to run effective and efficient HR systems on a limited budget.

• Where and how to start with your analytics
• How to use tools like Excel, Word and Trello to get data insights
• Basic reporting and workforce planning
• Understanding and retrieving data out of payroll systems
• Calculating turnover and understanding its implications
• Communicating what your data means to those outside the HR field

Liz Tibutt

Manager Culture and Performance

NZME

Liz started her HR career after chucking in the towel (literally) on her 12 year career as a chef. After several years in a very steep learning curve in Corporate HR at Air New Zealand, Liz moved to London where she focused on recruitment and HR project management. She also managed to get through an MBA from Henley Management College when not travelling around Europe. But the new millennium called Liz home and she spent the next 12 years self-employed as a contractor and consultant in a wide variety of industries and sectors in New Zealand and Australia. Liz now works at NZME as Culture & Performance Manager where she gets to hang out with cool media people and go to concerts. Liz is passionate about digital technology, HR data, change management & research. She has a particular interest in neurodiversity at work and hopes to pursue a PhD in this topic one day – if the children ever leave home. Liz also runs insideHR – a website that brings together the latest HR news relevant to HR professionals in New Zealand.

Diversity metrics in the workplace
22 November 2017 | 1.30pm - 5.00pm

This workshop will show you the most effective ways to communicate diversity goals and data to your senior leadership. You will also learn about: 

• The metrics that produce the most relevancy
• The most successful methods of holding executives and staff accountable for reaching diversity goals
• Ensuring visibility on remuneration
• Acknowledging the real factors that differentiate pay levels
• Using analytics to assess and gain insights

Liz Tibutt

Manager Culture and Performance

NZME

Liz started her HR career after chucking in the towel (literally) on her 12 year career as a chef. After several years in a very steep learning curve in Corporate HR at Air New Zealand, Liz moved to London where she focused on recruitment and HR project management. She also managed to get through an MBA from Henley Management College when not travelling around Europe. But the new millennium called Liz home and she spent the next 12 years self-employed as a contractor and consultant in a wide variety of industries and sectors in New Zealand and Australia. Liz now works at NZME as Culture & Performance Manager where she gets to hang out with cool media people and go to concerts. Liz is passionate about digital technology, HR data, change management & research. She has a particular interest in neurodiversity at work and hopes to pursue a PhD in this topic one day – if the children ever leave home. Liz also runs insideHR – a website that brings together the latest HR news relevant to HR professionals in New Zealand.

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