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As organizations increasingly embrace data-informed and data-driven decision making, workforce analytics has emerged to sit at the heart of HR practices.

John Callery, the Global Head of Workforce Strategies at BNY Mellon, sheds light on how workforce analytics isn’t a cold, methodical approach to a very human process, but rather, about asking better questions to create happier, healthier, and more productive organizations. Ultimately, workforce analytics is people analytics.

Not sure what Workforce Analytics is all about? See Part I of our conversation with John, where he covers some basics and fundamentals.

John Callery is the Global Head of Workforce Strategies at BNY Mellon, the largest custody bank in the world. He previously advised the executive team at AOL as Director of People Analytics. He spent his early career as a systems engineer at NASA's Langley Research Center, and later led North America consulting organizations at PTC. He has a Master of Science in Business Analytics from NYU Stern and a Bachelor of Science in Applied ... View Profile