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Lead a local chapter
Help us build the HR analytics community! If you’d like to create and lead a local chapter of the HR Analytics Forum in your area, we’d love to hear from you. We can help in lots of ways: Advice on how to arrange and promote meetings Publicity for your chapter and events on the Forum […]
The Forum for HR Analytics is run by and for it’s members. If you work in HR analytics, why not get involved and help us build a vibrant professional community? Where ever you are based you can take part in our virtual meetings and webinars online and we are encouraging the formation of local groups […]
There are lots of ways you can help build the HR analytics community: Join the Forum – get started here. Attend events – come along and meet new friends Lead a local chapter – organise social and speaker meetings in your area Write for the website – case studies, best practice guides, your story – […]
Webinar: Gender Pay Gap Reporting: What’s Your Story?
As well as reporting your gender pay gap figures by 31st March (public sector) or 5th April (businesses and charities), you have the option to provide a narrative with your calculations. This enables explanation for the reasons for your results, and give details about actions you are taking to reduce or eliminate the gender pay...
Launch of the HR Analytics Forum
We are really excited to announce the launch of an new community for HR professionals interested in analytics – whether you call it HR analytics, talent analytics, workforce analytics or people analytics! The Forum aims to create a space for developing professional excellence, sharing ideas and meeting new friends. You can sign up to the […]
David Woodward: Why it’s time for payroll to get into analytics
Step back in time five years and you would struggle to move for articles and white papers on big data and analytics. These were the hottest topics in technology and the excitement surrounding them was at its peak. In 2016, analyst Gartner dropped its hype cycle for Big Data, confirming in an article, entitled: The...
AI and big data analytics to transform the rewards and benefits industry
Over half (58 per cent) of reward and employee benefit specialists see predictive analytics as a game changer in the industry The use of advanced predictive analytics is set to grow as employers recognise the value of analysing employee data to predict future trends and needs of their workforce. This is one of the key...
R Swaminathan: Maximising HR analytics to ensure a competitive advantage
In a dynamic world, human capital is arguably the most sustainable source of competitive differentiation and value creation. The role of HR is central to ensuring businesses are tapping into the vast potential of human capital, and interestingly, blending it with automation and digitization in unique ways....
Neil Parkinson: Could Mr Benn have coped as an HR Analyst?
Does the HR analyst of today need to be like Mr Benn and wear on many different guises in order to excel in the world of HR? I attended and presented at a Workforce and HR Analytics event last week. I was covering the subject of analysis capability within HR. I looked at both finding...