What does the growth of technology in the workplace mean for HR professionals?
Category: Analytics Analysis
Can GDPR be a useful tool or just a bain on people in HR?
Coorpacademy’s Jean-Marc Tassetto examines how a new generation of training analytics tools can deliver much richer datasets.
Given the potential confusion towards talent analytics, there is a growing need to re-evaluate how to deliver value in this area, says Brian Kropp.
Employee health data, although generally not fully utilised to its maximum potential, is phenomenally powerful for a business. Mark Witte discusses on how to best make it work for you.
HR analytics offers a genuine opportunity to understand our workforces better. Alistair Shepherd thinks that it should focus on making it easy for people to talk to each other.
Why aren’t the majority of firms analysing their HR data, at a time when it’s more necessary than ever? Dirk Buyens investigates the reasons and provides fruitful advise on how organisations can begin to implement HR analytics.
Whilst we count-down the days to Symposium’s Mission Critical: HR Analytics Summit 2019, Laura Timms discusses how HR departments can become a strategic rather than administrative function through embracing HR Analytics.
Paul Burrin introduces the term People Science to explain the profound impact HR analytics can have on workplace performance.
A majority of organisations are finding it difficult to benchmark their benefits provision. How can HR analytics help?
Using real-life examples, Michael Hatchwell argues why using data analytics in HR should be linked to boosting performance and why businesses must take advantage.
The use of analyitics can turn HR departrments into central functions of business, argues Fiona Mckee.