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    "Got Metrics? We Got Metrics in HR" (HR Analytics and Tool Demonstration)

    Date: September 1, 2022, 8:30am
    Megan Hollywood
    Zoom Meeting - Participants will receive link prior to the meeting
    Free for Members; $10 for non-members which will be applied to those that choose to join Dulles SHRM as a member
    Event Type:
    Discussion Group Meeting
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    "Got Metrics? We Got Metrics in HR" provides us with the next step in understanding the full range of HR data analytics and how you can use these techniques in your HR decision making.  HR data analytics is a hot topic but most practitioners are unclear about what it is and how to use analytic tools.  In this interactive group discussion, you will participate in a demonstration and receive an introduction to HR data analytics with suggestions on how you could use these techniques in your day-to-day job.  This session will focus on the next step of HR data analytics – application.  We will be using a free statistical software program called JASP to conduct simple analyses that can be used to find HR answers

    In this session, you will learn:

    •             Basic JASP

    •             How to test simple relationships

    •             How to interpret results


    Discussion Hosted By:

    • Megan Hollywood – HR Director

    Contact Information – | 732-742-3476 cell

    Bryan Clickener – Producer at Arkin Youngentob a Division of Risk Strategies

    Contact Information – ǀ 571-918-1917 cell


    Marshall Pattie, Ph.D. – Professor of Management at James Madison University

    Contact Information – cell 540.292.3009

    Date and Time:

    • 8:30 a.m. - 9:30 am (Discussion with Dulles SHRM Chair, Presenter and Attendees)

    Meeting Location:

    Zoom Meeting - Participants will receive link prior to the meeting


    Marshall Pattie is a native Virginian who specializes in applied human capital analytics.  He has served as a professor at James Madison University for fourteen years. He has twenty peer reviewed published research articles at numerous journals including International Journal of Human Resource Management,  Human Resource Management Journal, Career Development International, and Human Resource Development Quarterly.  His research encompasses may aspects of HR including international, leadership, ethics, HR practices, internships, and tuition reimbursement among others.  Marshall teaches in both the business analysis and consulting concentration as well as the human resource management concentration.  Classes taught include acquiring and developing human capital, managing human resources for innovation, leadership (PhD level), training and development, interpersonal skills and management consulting among others.  He has managed over ninety semester long student consulting projects.  Prior to becoming a professor, Marshall was an internal auditor and risk consultant for Arthur Andersen and Protiviti.  He also has significant local government experience and served as a Board of Supervisor in Augusta County for eight years and has worked with other localities on human capital challenges.  Marshall has also served on the Shenandoah Valley Partnership and the Central Shenandoah Planning District Committee among many other positions..


    Please join us for this lively discussion. You are welcome to extend an invitation to interested colleagues.  No fee is charged for attending.  However, registration is required on-line, at least 24 hours in advance, via the Dulles SHRM web site ( -- Chapter Discussion Groups. If you have questions, contact Megan Hollywood at 732-742-3476. Participation may be limited to the first 50 people who sign up.