HRreview provides a round-up of the articles in HR news this week.
Tags: HR analytics
Rachel Mapleston discusses gender in the sports world and what HR can do to aid the situation.
Instinct over insight… nearly half of UK HR still rely on gut feel to assess skills needs within their business
Pressure mounts on recruitment to improve use of data as HR and recruitment lags behind every other business unit when it comes to use of data and insight.
Jon Addison discusses the rise of analytics in the HR space and argues why is should be the secret weapon of any business competing in the war for talent.
Coorpacademy’s Jean-Marc Tassetto examines how a new generation of training analytics tools can deliver much richer datasets.
The 2019 Mission Critical HR Analytics conference will explore new trends in HR analytics and show how industry leaders have harnessed the power of HR analytics for their businesses.
However the same poll reveals that a large proportion of companies – 62 per cent – are still not investing in AI at all which shows that perceptions to challenges in embarking on the data journey are still strong.
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.
A new survey has revealed that HR must enhance its reputation amongst senior management teams and business leaders if they are to take a leading role in digital transformation.
Breathe, HR software provider for SMEs, has announced its partnership with the Tech Trust, an NFP which helps more than 36,000 UK charities access discounted technology.
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.
New research indicates a clear desire among HR professionals to implement predictive analytics to upgrade and enhance almost all aspects of their role. Find out more.
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.
New survey reveals that while it is good news to see that UK HR professionals are on top of GDPR compliance, it also comes at a significant cost. Read our story to find out more.