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When: Monday, October 19, 2020
12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
Where: Zoom meeting (details located in your confirmation email)
United States


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Dr. Serena Huang - How People Analytics Can Help Improve Employee Health and Wellness 

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Join us for a presentation from Dr. Serena Huang, Global Head of People Analytics at the Kraft Heinz Company.  Focusing on health and wellness has always been a critical component of building employee engagement. However, in the last year this has become even more important as we manage our way through a global pandemic. The programs and supports we put in place for employees will help to ensure the ongoing success and sustainability of our businesses. This session will discuss how capturing the right data and people analytics can be used to measure the impact of these corporate health and wellness initiatives. 

Bio:

Dr. Serena Huang is the Global Head of People Analytics at the Kraft Heinz Company. Prior to Kraft Heinz, she was the Global Talent Analytics Leader at Koch Industries. Previously, Serena led People Analytics/Strategic Workforce Planning & HR Operations at General Electric and advised Fortune 100 clients on mergers & acquisitions efforts at Deloitte.Serena is an invited speaker on people analytics, employee experience, digital transformation, and the future of work. She is passionate about leading change, building high-performing global teams, and helping business leaders see data as an asset in large organizations. She excels at showing executives the “art of the possible” through both 1-on-1 dialogues and facilitated hands-on workshops, and co-creating customizable, scalable solutions in predictive analytics in HR, Workplace Strategy, Supply Chain and Litigation domains. She holds a Ph.D. in Economics with specializations in Labor Economics and Econometrics.