Brandon Hall Group to Launch Study on Predicting the Future Needs of the Workforce

The world of work has been through immense disruption in the last few years. More than ever, organizations are searching for ways to predict what the needs of their workforce will be in the coming years. This study explores how organizations use advanced analytics to help predict scenarios and responses.

Brandon Hall Group, the leading independent HCM research and analyst firm, is launching a study on May 31 to understand how employers are attempting to predict the future needs of the workforce.

To make the best decisions about the future, HR requires the use of advanced data and analytics.  The three main elements of the workplace: people, processes, and technology, must be used by HR organizations to achieve success.

HR Technology News: Upstream Works Assist Knowledge Management Is Now Available in AWS Marketplace

Brandon Hall Group’s research initiative, Predicting the Future Needs of the Workforce Through Advanced Analytics, focuses on how:

  • The maturity level of an organization’s workforce data and analytics program
  • How leading organizations are using workforce data and analytics to determine business actions that can be taken to meet the needs of the future workforce
  • How organizations use data to improve performance

To participate in this study,Participants will receive summary survey results six to eight weeks after the survey launch and will get immediate download access to Brandon Hall Group’s strategy brief, What are the Best Ways to Prepare Your Organization’s WFM for the Future?

HR Technology News: Top 3 Reasons Why Contact Center Workers Have One of the Highest Turnover Rates in the Nation

This quantitative research will be complemented with qualitative interviews to create an understanding of the methods and techniques high-performing organizations are making to predict the needs of the future workforce and plan for those futures. The data and insights will fuel the development of research reports and tools — such as self-assessment tools, models, and frameworks — to help organizations improve the way they design and deliver HR solutions.

“Organizations can no longer chase the newest trend or just react to events that have already happened. The best organizations are not only thinking in terms of prediction but also preparedness,” said Cliff Stevenson, Principal HR Analyst at Brandon Hall Group. “Recent years may have been a harsh teacher for many in the business world, but the lesson was learned: be ready for anything.”

HR Technology News: CirrusMD To Lead HR Retail Discussion On Increasing Healthcare Access To Underserved Employees

[To share your insights with us, please write to]