HR analytics

HR analytics and ethical trade-offs – the unconsidered narrative

In the last 15 years the use of data and analytics in HR has grown rapidly. CIPD research found in 2018, 75% of companies globally reported using HR analytics.

A toast to the most convivial at Pernod Ricard

The drinks within Pernod Ricard’s portfolio have been a fundamental part of sharing happy moments together for years.

Understanding process mining

What exactly ‘process mining’ is and how it can help HR

Is workplace data the future of employment law?

Data-intensive employment law, based on huge data sets, could soon be commonplace

The HRBP's pivotal role in HR technology

Be an advocate for technology or get left behind

Setting up a people analytics function at GSK

GSK's global people data and analytics team sits within the talent, learning and organisational development centre of excellence (CoE) in HR

How to build a people analytics team

Getting the make-up of a people analytics team right is key to it solving business issues

The possibilities for prescriptive analytics in HR

Is prescriptive analytics the holy grail for HR data, or is it simply something the function has always done?

What it takes to be a 'people economist'

HR must develop its 'people economist' capability in order to be able to make sense of data and use it to create solutions for the organisation

How technology can transform HR and the workplace in 2020

Advanced's group HRD Alex Arundale outlines four key trends for HR technology in 2020

HR now more trusted to provide data insights

Organisational trust and appreciation for HR insights is showing signs of improvement, as research finds that executives value the data HR can bring to the business

HR must use data to talk “culture problems” not “process problems”

A panel at the CIPD People Analytics Conference and Workshop discussed how HR can gain recognition in the business for its data and analytics insights