Thoughtful HR leads to engaged employees through engaging employee experiences. Backed with good data and insights, listening systems, and dedicated leaders and managers, modern HR practices foundationally improve employee interests, retention, and wellbeing – “in the cloud”, spanning hybrid work.
On this episode, we chat with Kerry Olin (Microsoft CVP, HR Services) and Jay Clem (Microsoft GM, HR Services) about how Microsoft adjusts its practices and technology to improve the employee experience for 160K full-time Microsoft employees around the world. The episode includes introductory thoughts “on the importance of data and insights” from Kathleen Hogan (Microsoft EVP and Chief HR Officer).
A special thank you to David Green, the myHRfuture team, and the Digital HR Leaders podcast for re-use of Kathleen’s audio clips from their episode: “Creating a Data Driven Culture in HR at Microsoft.”
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