Brian Levine is Innovation Leader for Workforce Strategy & Analytics and a Partner in the Talent business at Mercer.
He is also a Fellow of Mercer's research arm, the Workforce Sciences Institute. Brian relies on predictive analytics to help organizations assess their internal labor markets, the processes by which employees are rewarded and move through organizations. Brian has more than 20 years of consulting experience in analytics and strategy – working with company data to identify drivers of performance, rewards and turnover as well as links between human capital and business performance.
Brian often leads analytic assessments of diversity and pay equity. He led the team that developed Mercer’s proprietary pay equity software.
Brian frequently publishes in the professional press. He is a primary contributor to Mercer’s “When Women Thrive, Businesses Thrive” research, contributed to The Conference Board’s inaugural Human Capital Analytics @ Work volume, and has authored articles on both pay equity (Workspan, January 2015) and business risks associated with pay-for-performance (WorldatWork Journal, Q1 2011). Brian presented at three of the most recent annual WorldatWork conferences; he has also presented at National Industry Liaison Group (NILG) annual meetings, on leveraging compliance efforts to achieve diversity objectives. He has had adjunct appointments at New York University and Baruch College.
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