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Predicting employee turnover to retain top talent

Join Dr. Jason McPherson, Culture Amp's Chief Scientist, to hear about our research in predicting employee turnover and how we're bringing this capability to companies of any size.

In this session, you'll learn:
- How you can leverage your data to become more strategic
- How predictions can help your core HR function deliver cost savings
- How advanced machine learning techniques can be used by businesses of any size
Recorded May 29 2019 45 mins
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    - How advanced machine learning techniques can be used by businesses of any size
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