HR analytics

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Post date: July 18, 2019
The rapid advancements in high-quality human resources data and analytics over the past few years have dramatically enhanced the influence of CHROs. This is obviously great for the careers of HR professionals, but also for the health of firms that are taking advantage of the insights to make...
Post date: June 9, 2016
The search for simple, powerful truths has always fascinated us. It would be wonderful and comforting to be able to reduce great complexity to one clarifying solution or action. In popular culture, this quest is perhaps best illustrated by Jack Palance in his award-winning role as Curly in the 1991...
Post date: October 11, 2017
Often when I talk to companies about analytics they end up just talking about building dashboards.  This is not a small thing because dashboards are expensive and can easily eat up most of your analytics resources. It’s also not a simple thing because dashboards are steeped in confusion and stirred...
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Post date: April 17, 2018
A police chief says, “Gather evidence so we can find out who’s guilty,” not “Gather evidence to show this person is guilty.” HR analysts should be so lucky. Too often we’re asked to provide evidence that someone’s initiative has increased productivity, or that an investment in this department will...
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Post date: October 28, 2015
The relationship between employers and employees has changed. Back in the mid-twentieth century, people would commit to just one or two companies throughout their entire career—and what the organization said, went. But as the job market became more open and competitive, and as people started to...