Workforce Analytics Awards 2016 | The European Shortlist

It is our pleasure to announce the shortlisted entries for the European Awards. We would like to take this opportunity to thank to everyone who submitted a case and for the judges spending hours reading the case studies and eventually selecting the shortlist.

As one of our judges, David Green commented:

“Great to see so many entries covering such a wide range of business challenges.”

It’s been a tough competition, however the best is yet to come. From the shortlist below, the final 5 – the best of the best – will have the opportunity to present their case at the Workforce Analytics Summit in Amsterdam on 8 March 2016, thereafter the winners will be unveiled.

(this is a random list, not in order of judges’ scores)

Virgin Media | United Kingdom

Application of HR Analytics as one of the enablers of HR Strategy.

Abbott Laboratories | Singapore

Talent Risk assessment for selecting a manufacturing plant location

ISS / Proacteur | Denmark

Finding drivers of customer profitability through Customer Experience and Employee Engagement.

Institute for Employment Research (IAB) | Germany

Take Off – Airline Overbooking Concept Introduced to Manage Workforce Utilization.

British Telecom (BT) | United Kingdom

Making quality workforce decisions through advanced HR Analytics.

Groupon | Switzerland

Text analytics applied for comments on exit surveys.

Nordea | Denmark

More pay? Data-driven approach, please!

Analogy (Practify) | Hungary

Gamified training follow-up – Joined the dots between training and real life.

Vodafone | Netherlands

Way of Retail: HR Analytics at the heart of Business Transformation.

Metropolitan Police, London / True Picture | United Kingdom

HR analytics to enable Strategic Workforce Planning to enable increasing diversity and meeting budget goals.

ING | Belgium

Applying predictive analysis that predicts the risk of employees leaving the

Royal Dutch Shell | Netherlands

A business case for Diversity and Inclusion.

Maersk Drilling | Denmark

Empirical evidence to prove if an on-boarding introduction course reduces turnover among new employees.

Congratulation to all, you ma
de it to the 2nd round!


The US Awards still welcomes 1st stage entries, send your brief, 3-400 words case summary and enter the awards here before 11 January, 2016. Read about the marking criteria here.


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