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Data-Driven HR

How to Use Analytics and Metrics to Drive Performance

Use data, analytics and metrics to make better HR decisions for your business.
EAN: 9780749482466
Edition: 1
Format: 235x160
264 pages

About the book

FINALIST: Business Book Awards 2019 - HR and Management Category

Traditionally seen as a purely people function unconcerned with numbers, HR is now uniquely placed to use company data to drive performance, both of the people in the organization and the organization as a whole. Data-Driven HR is a practical guide which enables HR professionals to leverage the value of the vast amount of data available at their fingertips. Covering how to identify the most useful sources of data, collect information in a transparent way that is in line with data protection requirements and turn this data into tangible insights, this book marks a turning point for the HR profession.

Covering all the key elements of HR including recruitment, employee engagement, performance management, wellbeing and training, Data-Driven HR examines the ways data can contribute to organizational success by, among other things, optimizing processes, driving performance and improving HR decision making. Packed with case studies and real-life examples, this is essential reading for all HR professionals looking to make a measurable difference in their organizations.

About the authors

Bernard Marr

Bernard Marr is a bestselling author, keynote speaker, strategic performance consultant, and analytics, KPI, AI & Big Data guru. He has worked with and advised many of the world's best-known organisations. LinkedIn has recently ranked Bernard as the number one LinkedIn Top Voice among UK influncers. He writes on the topic of data and analytics for various publications including Forbes, HuffPost, and LinkedIn Pulse. His blogs and SlideShare presentation of the topic have millions of readers.

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If you want your HR function to be relevant, drive more value to the organization, its employees and the function itself then you simply must read this book.

David Green, Global Director, People Analytics Solutions, IBM