Jeff Haynes

HCM Transformation Leader, Oracle

Jeff has over 20 years of broad HR-related skills, with interests in HR technology,  reward systems, performance measurement, incentives, and job structure.  His work has strengthened workforce commitment and motivation, increased labor competitiveness and improved performance.

As VP - HCM Transformation, Jeff assists clients with connecting talent strategies and business strategy- staying on top of current trends / best practices and serving as a thought leader and advisor to senior HR practitioners and executives.

Prior to Oracle, Jeff worked in both corporate and consulting settings as diverse as telecommunications and high-tech manufacturing, Energy and eCommerce, and Healthcare and Higher Education, to name a few.  Most recently Jeff was a Human Capital Principal with Aon Hewitt and Mercer, and has also led the global total rewards organization for Micron Technology, a global, high-tech manufacturing firm, and the compensation function of Qwest Communications, a major telecommunications corporation. 

 Jeff holds a BA in Psychology from the University of Colorado at Boulder and a MBA with a concentration in Management from Colorado State University.  

Content Featuring Jeff Haynes

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Insightful HR: Integrating Quality Data for Better Talent Decisions

April 28, 2015 | Jeffrey Haynes

The lack of analytic skills in HR professionals is one reason for the low adoption rate of the big data for HR. Another factor is the quality of the information used in analytics. Not timely, unreliable, or data not integrated across the talent life cycle will lead some HR professionals to say, “garbage in, garbage out”. With this research study and associated webcast, we understand how organizations are collecting, cleaning, and integrating data for enhancing their human capital decision-making.

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Modern HR: Delivering Great Employee Experiences

April 8, 2015 | Jeffrey Haynes

HR has gone from a system of record to a system of engagement and as such the time has arrived for organizations to meet the expectations of employees that desire to be part of a culture which simultaneously encourages collaboration and allows for autonomy.