Tag: people analytics

Savvy investors want to know how human capital strategies and investments manage people risk, build capability and foster innovation

Human capital reporting: What 4 questions should HR answer?

Annual reports should include a dedicated people section which describes how an organisation is acting to support and improve core human foundations for sustainable profitability, according to a HR analytics expert. Savvy investors want to know how human capital strategies and investments manage people risk, build capability and foster innovation, […]

Being digitally literate for HR is a prerequisite for the next wave of business transformation

5 steps to boosting digital HR literacy & transformation

Upskilling and introducing new competencies into HR will help ensure digital transformation initiatives succeed, writes Rob Scott Given a digital workplace is undeniably the future we are rapidly heading towards, the skills any future employee will need to be effective and remain market-competitive is an important consideration for HR and […]

There are eight major trends which will shape the global recruitment and talent management industry in 2016

What are the 8 top talent management trends for 2016?

There are eight major trends which will shape the global recruitment and talent management industry in 2016 which will have a number of significant implications for HR, according to Futurestep. “Today companies are taking an even more strategic approach to talent acquisition, becoming increasingly inventive to attract and retain valuable […]

Prescriptive analytics is an emerging and potentially the most valuable kind of analytics for HR to assist business with

Looking into HR’s future with prescriptive analytics

Prescriptive analytics is an emerging and potentially the most valuable kind of analytics for HR to assist business with, according to Rob Wells, managing director of Workday, Australia and New Zealand. There are three broad subsections of analytics: descriptive (which provides insights into what happened), predictive (which predicts what might […]