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Introduction to People Analytics

A Practical Guide to Data-driven HR

Use this introductory guide to get to grips with people analytics and learn how to find, collect, analyze and use your data to add business value.
Available to pre-order from 3rd January 2020
EAN: 9781789661804
Edition: 1
Format: 234x156
256 pages

About the book

An understanding of people analytics is a crucial skill for all HR professionals. No longer limited to employees in data teams or those with analyst in their job titles, people analytics is now an integral part of every HR job. Introduction to People Analytics allows all HR professionals to get to grips with analytics, feel confident in their ability to handle employee and organizational data and use analytics to move from opinions to insights.

From where to find data in an organization, how to collect it and analyse it through to how to use these findings to add business value, Introduction to People Analytics is essential reading for all HR professionals. With case studies from companies who have leveraged people analytics to improve employee engagement, increase performance and reduce costs including Easy Jet, Unilever, Brompton Bikes and Swarovski, this book shows how and where HR analytics can make a tangible difference to organizations. There is also expert guidance and practical advice on how to embed analytics into HR processes and adopt a data-driven approach to all workplace activities.

About the authors

Nadeem Khan

Nadeem Khan is Managing Director of OptimizHR Ltd, a consultancy specializing in people analytics and talent strategy services. He is a lead analyst on the EPIC project run by EY and is an analytics contributor for Tucana.

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Dave Millner

David Millner has over 30 years' experience in HR and is frequently listed as one of the most influential HR practitioners to follow on social media. He is the Founder and Managing Director of HR Curator Ltd and has previously held roles at Natwest, Kenexa and most recently as Consulting Partner at IBM Workforce Science.

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