visier

visier

(vɪˈzɪə)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a variant spelling of vizier
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Ltd (Australia), Tableau Software (U.S.), Visier Inc (Canada), WorkForce Software, LLC (U.S.), ADP LLC (U.S.), Tower Watson & Co (U.S.), Cornerstone OnDemand Inc (U.S.), Oracle Corporation (U.S.), Workday Inc (U.S.), SAP SE (Germany) and IBM Corporation (U.S.)
Whilst not the sole reason, the fact that a recent study by Visier (5) reported that advanced organizations with a high level of people analytics process maturity financially outperform their peers is a good indicator that companies will continue to invest in people analytics.
* Visier People: Learning, developed to help organizations measure the outcomes of their learning and development programs; and
Some of the noted players identified in workforce analytics market comprise, Aquire, Inc., Genpact Ltd., Oracle Corporation, SAP, Visier, Inc., and Workday, Inc.
The Vancouver-based business analytics company Visier looked at the subject for a 2017 report, "The Truth About Ageism in the Tech Industry."
Focusing on the EU support provided to civil society in Turkey, Claire Visier makes us also rethink the constitution of public action through international policy transfer.
(8) "Bonner Islamisten schon 2010 im Visier - ohne Folgen" Focus, December 22, 2012.
Alle diese Sorgen liefern in der Tat betrachtlichen Zundstoff--sie sollten dann aber auch mit offenem Visier angesprochen werden.
Segundo pesquisa realizada pela Harvard Business School (VISIER, 2014), 54% das empresas consideram as dificuldades, imprecisoes e inconsistencias no acesso aos dados de interesse como principal obstaculo para a gestao quantitativa do capital humano.
Visier, "Influence of sensor position in building thermal control: criteria for zone models," Energy and Buildings, vol.
According to Visier, a workforce analytics group based in San Jose, California, unwanted employee turnover costs the average large company $31 million a year.