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Human Resources: Big Data Benefits and Challenges

Human Resources: Big Data Benefits and Challenges | Employee Engagement | Scoop.it

HR managers see improving employee retention as one of the biggest Human Resources Big Data benefits. Learn about other HR Big Data benefits & challenges. from TCS Big Data Study

Via Andrew Spence, HR Trend Institute, Tony Brugman (Bright & Company)
Andrew Spence's curator insight, April 11, 2013 5:51 AM

There are some great opportunities for big data including improving employee retention and making recruitment campaigns more effective.  However, many multi-national HR functions grapple with getting the basics right with employee data accuracy, consolidating disparate technology platforms, payroll accuracy, headcount reporting etc.  The opportunities are great, but for some solid foundations are needed 1st......

Diego Gerardo Yáñez Segura's curator insight, April 16, 2013 1:07 PM

Comento en este artículo sobre Big Data de los Recursos Humanos, porque me quise enfocar un poco más en lo que se refiere a sistemas de tecnología de información que ayudan al desempeño de una empresa, en este caso, a hacer mas eficiente las operaciones de recursos humanos.


Este artículo lo considero interesante ya que nos dice los principales beneficios de Big Data, los cuales son: mejora la retención de los empleados (determina la probabilidad de cada uno de los empleados de presentar la rotación), mejorar la efectividad de las campañas de reclutamiento, así como también medir la moral y el grado de satisfacción de los empleados.


Yo recomiendo que las medianas y grandes empresas se den a la tarea de investigar acerca del Big Data, ya que le minimizaría costos en procesos de recursos humanos y tendría una planilla de empleados más uniformes, más productivos y más satisfechos.

Tony Brugman (Bright & Company)'s curator insight, May 2, 2013 12:34 PM

A big study by Tata Consultancy Services on Big Data revealed what benefits and challenges Big Data has for HR. The biggest potential benefit HR Big Data has is improving employee retention. At the same time HR managers are struggeling with the focus of their Big Data investments and with the recruitment of data-scientists.

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Workers Are Stressed, Overworked, Underappreciated - Sound Familiar?

Workers Are Stressed, Overworked, Underappreciated - Sound Familiar? | Employee Engagement | Scoop.it
Many workers feel constant stress at work. They feel underappreciated and underpaid, and they believe that managers aren't listening to their input.

Via Tom D'Amico (@TDOttawa)
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The New Kind of Worker Every Business Needs

The New Kind of Worker Every Business Needs | Employee Engagement | Scoop.it
"Amplified" employees can move mountains today. Smart organizations tap that power.

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Tony Brugman (Bright & Company)'s curator insight, May 7, 2013 4:38 AM

Excellent HBR blog introducting the term 'Amplified Individuals' as "people empowered by technologies and the collective intelligence of their social networks". But more importantly, they are rocking our world since they "can do things that previously only a large organization could." One of the reasons is because they are engaged in "social structuring", a whole new way of working together and utilizing talents and innovation power collaboratively.


The article gives examples of how amplified Individuals are being utilized by companies. Such as a biology lab in San Fransisco which has a rather unconventional vision on its own market ("innovations in biology should be accessible, affordable, and open to everyone"). In conclusion the author shows how other organizations can "amplify their workers' talents and energy" as well.

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The Employee Engagement Choice: Is It a Job, a Career, or a Calling?

The Employee Engagement Choice: Is It a Job, a Career, or a Calling? | Employee Engagement | Scoop.it
As we’ve researched trends in employee engagement, we consistently find dissonance in levels of engagement between a person who views his job as, well, a job, and people who have turned …

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