Data and Analytics

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Human Resources: Lyft is Driven By Analytics

Article | Source: Oracle Human Capital Management | Published: 18 minutes ago

When Ron Storn joined Lyft at the end of 2013, the groundbreaking peer-to-peer ridesharing company was operating with a staff of 85 employees. In the final quarter of 2014, the staff has grown by a factor of four, boasting 350 ...

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Analytics 101: Why People Leave

Blog | Author: Ankita Poddar | Source: HCI | Published: August 16, 2016
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Organizations spend a considerable amount of time, money and effort in hiring the right people. Once the employees are in the system it makes good sense to have the tenure balance the investment cost. However, as any working professional would tell you, the calculation isn’t always that simple.

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Why Cloud Talent Management Fits Midsize Business Needs

Article | Source: Oracle Human Capital Management | Published: August 16, 2016

When it comes to attracting and retaining talented people, midsize companies are, well, caught in the middle. They generally don’t have the financial resources or brand appeal of larger enterprises, and they don’t offer the ...

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