“Psychometric tests can provide an assessment of the candidate, they should never stand alone.”
Psychometric testing use yearly in recruitment is up by 10-15 per cent.
“Managers are inevitably subject to some prevalent human biases.”
What does the growth of technology in the workplace mean for HR professionals?
What is the best way to plug this leak?
What is the percentage of HR who feel analytics could be used more efficiently?
Half of public sector HR professionals feel prevented from driving digital transformation.
EDF Energy’s Ross Watkins shares six top tips for keeping HR analytics simple.
We all hear phrases such as “data is the new oil” and “we are in the data revolution”, but how important are all of these to HR? The answer is simple: they’re critical if HR functions are to be fit for the future.
Elaine Mahon from the ONS shares tips on how HR professionals can use People Analytics to gain traction in their organisation.
Andy Charlwood explores some of the challenges to meaningful HR analytics.
CIPD’s Ed Houghton explores workforce reporting as Governments and boards demand clearer and more accurate information.
No industry is unaffected by the wave of change made possible by the ever-growing amount of data we are collecting, storing and analyzing. From banking and insurance to healthcare, manufacturing and marketing, data is being used to unlock new possibilities and push back boundaries. Increasingly, businesses will sink or swim according to how they react…
January is over. That means the workload for 2016 is almost over, too. Soon HR departments will be done closing for the previous year and will be moving on to 2017. Sure enough, prospective planning has already started to fill our calendars and tighten our schedules. So, let’s embrace 2017 with all its heavy load and hope we can transform faster than the competition in this difficult year ahead.
Innovation in HR is crucial as an innovative HR department will help to produce an innovative company. Recent research, for example, has found that employers are missing out on a host of innovative ideas by not listening to their staff.