Throughout 2018, we saw more and more companies embracing the ‘future’ and adopting technology to automate time consuming administration work. And this trend is expected to continue, as 2019 is set to be an even better year for People Analytics.
So to help you with some ideas on how to utilise HR Analytics for your company, here are 5 articles that we think are well worth the read.
Companies are increasingly recognizing the value of people analytics. At a Geekup in Seattle, Culture Amp Senior People Scientist, Fresia Jackson, moderated a panel discussion about how this type of data can be used to create exceptional new hire experiences – specifically when it comes to the onboarding process.Why Benchmarking 2.0 is a Must-Have for Influential HR Leaders.
50 years ago, large organizations could not measure “good” or “bad” when it came to their own workforce trends. It was difficult to tell, for example, whether a surge in employee turnover was something that required action.
But now, in a hyper-connected VUCA world, disruption is the new norm. As the experts from Deloitte state, “successful organizations must be designed for speed, agility, and adaptability to enable them to compete and win in today’s global business environment.”
Artificial intelligence-powered technology opens up nearly limitless possibilities, and 2019 is poised to be a year of innovation and high adoption across thousands of industries.
Research in November 2017 from Insight222 found that 81% of HR people analytics leaders and practitioners reported that their people analytics projects were jeopardised by ethical or privacy concerns.
Over the last decade, companies across the globe have started using workforce data in order to effectively assess, interpret, predict, and improve performance. However, as data volumes rapidly increase and analytics technologies become more powerful, a number of new possibilities arise.