By now, most HR organizations underline the importance of HR analytics. They understand that it helps them retain their employees, which saves money in recruitment. And they’re aware that insight into training effectiveness improves the training offering and results in better performing employees.
Nevertheless, most HR departments I talk to struggle.
What Do HR Departments Need from HR Analytics?
These are the concerns I hear most frequently:
HR software implementation is dropped from the budget when a project goes overtime and over budget. Appropriate business intelligence tools aren’t used for HR purposes because its needs are lower in priority than …