HR Analytics

Resolving Data Privacy Dilemmas in HR Analytics

HR professionals frequently confront moral and ethical dilemmas. The ever-increasing abundance of data can contribute to such dilemmas, while advancing analytics capabilities are not providing the answers. While organizations are keen to leverage employee information for HR analytics in ways that yield the most benefit for the business, employees might prefer to keep their data […]

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In People Analytics, Sometimes the Journey Is the Reward

Deciding to go on a journey Recently, one of our long-time IBM clients asked us to investigate injury prevention and safety in their warehouses. By combining results of the annual employee survey with safety data, we found strong evidence that in warehouses where employees cooperate and share knowledge with each other, fewer injuries occur. While […]

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5 Truths about Workforce Analytics

Our latest insights into the analytics readiness of organizations in Europe and the rest of the world were shared at HR Tech World in Amsterdam this week. You can see how your organization stacks up in terms of workforce analytics readiness in our paper: HR analytics readiness: How does Europe compare to the rest of […]

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IBM HR Summit, London 2017: The power of transforming HR

2017 represents a tremendously exciting year for all of us that work within, enable, or service the HR community. Only 12 months ago we sat in 155 Bishopsgate talking about the potential transformation of the HR function as we entered the Cognitive era. It is incredible to think that one year later we were able to […]

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