Data and Analytics

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Featured in Data and Analytics:


Marketing & Finance Laid the Groundwork… Time for HR to Build the Future

Blog | Author: Randi Kenney | Source: HCI | Published: April 12, 2016

Are data and analytics important to your organization? Are they important for your HR function? Anymore, business leaders are hard pressed to find anyone that would say analytics aren’t important. It’s similar to how our dentists have been telling us flossing is important for decades and, while we might hesitate to admit it, many of us still haven’t faithfully incorporated that task into our daily routines. When you finally get a cavity, it becomes very clear how much time, money and discomfort that daily habit could have saved you.


Demystifying Engagement: Move From Numbers to Insight to Action to Unlock the ROI of Engagement

Blog | Author: McLean & Co. | Source: HCI | Published: April 5, 2016

It’s a classic story; as the latest buzzword rises in popularity it becomes perceived as trendy and somewhere along the way we lose sight of the actual value behind the concept. This is exactly what has happened to employee engagement. It rose to popularity throughout the 2000’s and by 2013 there was a tweet every minute about engagement (Halogen, 2013). As a result, engagement has come to be associated with attention on top-tier employers and large investments in ‘cool’ workspaces while its valuable impact on business drivers is left out, causing underlying cynicism that threatens engagement’s credibility altogether.

White Paper

White Paper - The New People Function in the Age of Data

White Paper | Source: Human Capital Institute (HCI) | Published: April 1, 2016

Can data improve a people function? Bertrand Dussert, Vice President of HCM Transformation at Oracle, explores the evolution of the use of data from a historical perspective and shares case studies and examples of ways companies today have ...

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