Atlanta, Georgia Dec 21, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – Cliff Stevenson joins Sapient Insights Group as the Director of Research. Through this role, Cliff will grow the Sapient Insights research business and provide his unique experience and perspective as an analyst to the Annual HR Systems Survey.
“We are very excited to be bringing Cliff, a seasoned HR technology analyst, to the team to help us expand our research business and deliver more insights to the community,” says Teri Zipper, CEO and Managing Partner of Sapient Insights Group.
Cliff was previously an analyst with Brandon Hall Group and the Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp). Cliff’s experience as a human capital research analyst has focused on talent acquisition, data and analytics, performance management, retention, and attrition. Before becoming an analyst, he was the head of HR for a Boston RPO firm. Cliff received his Master’s degree in Organizational Development from Suffolk University and a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of South Florida.
“I couldn’t be more excited to join the growing team at Sapient, and have a chance to participate in their landmark research.” Cliff said about his new role, “The role of technology in people’s work lives is more important than ever before, and the conversations that we are having will play a large part in what the future of work looks like.”
About Sapient Insights Group:
Sapient Insights Group is a privately-owned research and advisory firm based in Atlanta, Georgia, serving the needs of organizations in the areas of HR & Finance Systems Research, Strategy, and Transformation, Communication & Change Management, Culture Building & Leadership Coaching. The company’s HR Research Center and HR Systems Survey have become the trusted sources of global data and people-related facts that help companies accelerate business performance and improve their ability to create a robust and equitable workplace.
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