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HR Analytics: Moving from Descriptive to Predictive Analysis - The HR intelligence blog

HR Analytics: Moving from Descriptive to Predictive Analysis - The HR intelligence blog | Talent Analytics & The Future of Work | Scoop.it
Market leading Predictive HR Analytics experts. Founded by Luk Smeyers and Dr. Jeroen Delmotte.
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Andrew Spence's curator insight, June 1, 2014 4:20 AM

Predictive HR analytics is extremely powerful and can provide insightful and actionable answers to the organisations questions such as :-


"Who are my most valuable employees?"


"Which employees are most likely to leave, sell, perform, get promoted, collaborate, drive customer satisfaction ?"


HRIS is the world of descriptive analytics: retrospective analysis that provides a rearview mirror view on the business—reporting on what happened and what is currently happening.


Predictive HR analytics is forward-looking analysis:  providing future-looking insights on the business—predicting what is likely to happen (usually associated with a probability) and why it’s likely to happen.

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Are flat organisational structures driving employees away? - HRreview

Are flat organisational structures driving employees away? - HRreview | Talent Analytics & The Future of Work | Scoop.it
  Lack of future career opportunity and a lack of recognition have emerged the top two reasons British workers leave their jobs, according to new research by best practice insight and technology company CEB. Lack of career opportunity was cited by over half of UK respondents (50.2 percent) as a key reason for finding employment…
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Why HR is the most important profession on the planet

Why HR is the most important profession on the planet | Talent Analytics & The Future of Work | Scoop.it
Most organisations and employees mismanage their minds, brains and thinking, and this is made worse by a trend towards forcing the brain to increasingly think ...
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How Many Job Seekers to Make a Hire?

How Many Job Seekers to Make a Hire? | Talent Analytics & The Future of Work | Scoop.it
536. That's the number of people it takes to get from the top of the funnel to a hire. After 10 million applications from 50 million job seeking visitors
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LinkedIn's Kafka technology could power the Internet of things

LinkedIn's Kafka technology could power the Internet of things | Talent Analytics & The Future of Work | Scoop.it
LinkedIn says it's processing 1 trillion messages a day with a technology called Kafka that's making its way into the Internet of things.
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12 Beautifully Simple Resume Designs You’ll Want To Steal

12 Beautifully Simple Resume Designs You’ll Want To Steal | Talent Analytics & The Future of Work | Scoop.it
Twelve beautifully simple, yet utterly effective resume designs you'll want to start using immediately.
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5 Ways to Kickstart Your Predictive HR Analytics Activities

5 Ways to Kickstart Your Predictive HR Analytics Activities | Talent Analytics & The Future of Work | Scoop.it
Read here about 5 ways how you can best start predictive HR Analytics in your organisation in the fastest possible way.
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The insight-driven organization: Management of insights is the key

The insight-driven organization: Management of insights is the key | Talent Analytics & The Future of Work | Scoop.it
Having true insights on these entities means you are likely to predict their behavior—at least to some degree—and achieve a positive outcome.
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Cloud technology and analytics to shape the new era of HR

Cloud technology and analytics to shape the new era of HR | Talent Analytics & The Future of Work | Scoop.it
Technology has brought about paradigm shifts in the way analytics work in the HR space Find out how
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Sandrine Bardot's curator insight, September 2, 2:03 AM

In the second half, there are some high-level examples of how data/analytics can be used in HR. It's inspiring. My experience with Corporates and clients leads me to think that in order for MEA HR to really move in that direction, first we need to establish sound ways of actually collecting, collating and tracking data in a single medium. Unfortunately, in many organisations we're still far from it. The good news : at least we know where to head towards !

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Dating site launches spin-off recruitment service

Dating site launches spin-off recruitment service | Talent Analytics & The Future of Work | Scoop.it
Online dating site eHarmony is planning to include recruitment amongst its services...
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SAPVoice: Predicting the Future and Shaping Strategy with HR Analytics

SAPVoice: Predicting the Future and Shaping Strategy with HR Analytics | Talent Analytics & The Future of Work | Scoop.it
Technological innovation has given Human Resources the ability to predict the future -- and has moved HR into the boardroom. But it’s up to data-savvy HR professionals to make that move permanent. “Why should I, as a managing director or a CEO, give as much credibility to HR as I do [...]
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Marcus Buckingham: Why All Talent Management Data Is Useless

Marcus Buckingham: Why All Talent Management Data Is Useless | Talent Analytics & The Future of Work | Scoop.it
I spoke with Marcus Buckingham about how HR departments are using bad data to make talent management decisions, the importance of data in an organization, and how companies need to start using the right data to make better decisions. Buckingham's books have sold more than four million copies. His training [...]
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Could Facebook Replace the CV?

Could Facebook Replace the CV? | Talent Analytics & The Future of Work | Scoop.it
The fact that your Facebook drivel can predict your personality will be a revelation to many and I suspect will be met with scoffs of disbelief...
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Interviewers Care About Emotional Intelligence

Interviewers Care About Emotional Intelligence | Talent Analytics & The Future of Work | Scoop.it
Whether you are making the first step on the career ladder, or merely the next step, unless you are able to communicate your Emotional Intelligence (EI), you will only be giving the hiring company half the story. So much emphasis is placed on IQ and academic qualifications when we are at school and university, that when people enter the workforce, many struggle with the basics of making friends and influencing people. Intellectual ability isn’t enough – you have to be able to make your ideas wor
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The Curse of the Jobsworth In Recruiting and Hiring.

The Curse of the Jobsworth In Recruiting and Hiring. | Talent Analytics & The Future of Work | Scoop.it
You might not know what a Jobsworth is, but they might be costing you candidates. Here's what recruiters need to know and what they can do to turn the tide.
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The three things holding women back at work

The three things holding women back at work | Talent Analytics & The Future of Work | Scoop.it
When companies try to improve their gender diversity they tend to look at policies such as childcare and flexible working, they should be looking at their culture and beliefs instead
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How to Fail at HR Analytics - Lessons from a Leading Loser

How to Fail at HR Analytics - Lessons from a Leading Loser | Talent Analytics & The Future of Work | Scoop.it
My Admission - I Was a Leading Loser in the Field Anyone who knows me knows I hate to lose. It’s simply not a part of my DNA. I go to great lengths – in most of my endeavors in life, whether personal, work, or other – to avoid losing. However, I have to admit it – as a HR analytics leader, I was a “leading” loser. Yes, I was privileged to receive accolades from my peers, including (both not limited to): being named one of nine "HR Trendsetters" in the January issue of HR Magazine for m
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Automation, Augmentation and the Fifteen Hour Work Week

Automation, Augmentation and the Fifteen Hour Work Week | Talent Analytics & The Future of Work | Scoop.it
As Labor Day approaches, we tend to think about how much we are laboring. Most of those who read this newspaper probably feel that they labor a bit too much. It wasn’t supposed to be this way. In a 1930 book called Economic Prospects for Our Grandchildren, the normally astute economist John Maynard Keynes argued that with productivity and technology improving rapidly, our biggest problem would be figuring out what to do with our vast leisure time. He said: For the first time since his creation m
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The Future of HR and the Rise of the Machine

The Future of HR and the Rise of the Machine | Talent Analytics & The Future of Work | Scoop.it
There is no shortage of studies, interviews, surveys, roundtables and such  finessing the story of the future of work and the future of HR.  It is probably the second most discussed topic  in HR media now, next to performance management.As I am writing a review of Martin Ford's compelling narrative, Rise of the Robots. Technology and the Threat of a Jobless Future (Basic Books, 2015), the New York Times best seller, it has occurred to me that in all our predictions, we are overlooking one very i
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Big data in HR: Why People Analytics is on the rise - HR Pulse

Big data in HR: Why People Analytics is on the rise - HR Pulse | Talent Analytics & The Future of Work | Scoop.it
The latest data and analytics buzz comes from the field of advanced HR analytics, where the application of new thinking to talent management is becoming more mainstream. After years of HR being regarded as a ‘hiring and firing function’, big business is now talking about the opportunity to apply big data to people decisions, and companies are stepping up and making the investment.
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HR Analytics: Breaking through the wall in HR measurement

HR Analytics: Breaking through the wall in HR measurement | Talent Analytics & The Future of Work | Scoop.it
Data and analytics are key to solving all kinds of business problems. Already, many organisations are using data and analytics to gain insights on their performance and use mathematical models to find viable directions for improvement while keeping track of the gains of this fact based way of decision making. Organisations apply analytics to all kinds of challenges in business areas like Operations, Customer Services and Marketing & Sales. The business area that seems to lag behind in using thes
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