Rashad Delph

Head of People Analytics

As the Global Head of People Analytics Rashad helps identify and reimagine talent strategies by using data to understand the changes coming to our Chevron workforce, workplace, and worker. Rashad and his team leverage internal and external perspectives, analytical insights and industry and functional trends to inform Chevron’s strategic workforce planning and decisions. The strategy will be aligned with the company’s overall Invest in People strategy and will support talent initiatives including data analytics, talent attraction, career development and capabilities of our workforce.

Rashad joined Chevron in 2019 with 18 years of experience in human resources, including talent acquisition, strategy development, employee engagement, workforce planning, and talent branding. Most recently, as Head of Talent Acquisition and Talent Management at Dana, Inc a Fortune 500 tier-one automotive supplier, he was responsible for aligning global talent processes, creating innovative learning experiences, leading, and cultivating the company’s diversity and inclusion strategy. Prior to his previous role, Rashad spent more than a decade at Tyson Foods, Inc. a Fortune 100 protein leader and food innovator, where he held various leadership positions focused on human resource business partners, talent acquisition, global mobility, immigration, OFCCP compliance, and international compensation.

Rashad’s interests include traveling the world, collecting art, and sneakers.

Rashad Delph’s Session(s):

8:45 a.m.–9:30 a.m. Pacific — Wednesday, October 12, 2022

Keynote Panel: The Great Resignation: How Are Organizations Approaching Talent Retention in 2022/23?

According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, 4.5 million people quit their jobs in November 2021 - the highest level ever recorded since the data was first produced in December 2000. The competition for talent is different now. And to get in the game, companies must recognize that while workers are demanding higher compensation, many also want more flexibility, community, and an inclusive culture to accept a full-time job at a traditional employer.

During this panel, join HR leaders from various industries as they discuss how their organizations have adapted in response to the Great Resignation. Panelists will share insights on elements of the talent retention strategy that are imperative for creating a sought-after workplace and retaining talent in the future. 

Discussion topics include:

  • Continued flexible workplace strategy with in-person touchpoints for moments that matter (& capabilities that this requires of leaders)
  • Personalization of learning and rewards
  • Perception of "Team" and further team development in a remote-first world
  • Asynchronous work designs in a synchronous world
  • Creating a future-proof, work-from-anywhere culture

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