This piece from Peter Cappelli in the Harvard Business Review touches on an interesting subject. What really is “Big Data” and how does it relate to the current trends in human resources? One of the reasons for the special attention being given to big data in HR is that the department is always under pressure […]
You have just as much time in the day as Beyonce. Twenty-four hours to do whatever you’d like. Hopefully most of it will be spent productively, and only some of it will be spent binging Netflix. With the advent of a new year, many of us look for ways to use our time more effectively, […]
For a Performance Improvement Plan, or PIP, to work, companies need to focus on proper procedure.
Is your HR team best suited to use a modern analytics system?
While workforce analytics technology has evolved, companies might not have the right tools to keep their HR team focused on reducing turnover and addressing team inefficiencies.
A diverse team of HR professionals with different skill sets could contribute to a strong data management strategy.
What are the qualities you need to keep in mind when look for the best system for your company?
In addition to functioning well on its own, an HRIS will have to meet your company's compatibility standards.
While businesses may be aware of the importance of harnessing data points like performance, retention, payroll, attendance and more for HR success, not all of them have taken steps to do so.
With a good HRIS implementation and use strategy, your company can not only help HR professionals do their jobs better, but also seize the opportunity for better collaboration between departments.