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HR’s use of people analytics, where employers gather and scrutinise key data about the workforce, is increasing along with the adoption of improved HR technology.
Information commonly monitored and benchmarked by employers covers aspects of HR such as talent management, retention rates and absence rates.
25 Jan 2012
In the first of a series of articles on using data and metrics more effectively, Nick Kemsley of Henley Business...
3 Feb 2011
Gathering data is only part of the audit process; analysis can provide continued clinical improvements. Dr Siân Williams, a clinical...
2 Nov 2009
Working Time Solutions, originators of the concept of Lean Employee Resourcing (Lean-ER™) is launching its Work Suite Time™ module at the...
21 May 2008
Scott Wilson, the international professional services consultancy, has cut its attrition rate by four per cent after collecting exit data via...
21 Jan 2008
The results of an exclusive survey have revealed that people's real reasons for leaving a job are quite different to why human resources thinks they go. So why doesn't HR compile useful exit data?
27 Sep 2007
Youmanage, a provider of online HR services for managers, has signed a three-year contract to provide its innovative HR system to...
6 Dec 2005
The HR community says it is sorely disappointed with the government's decision to scrap the Operating and Financial Review (OFR) regulations, fearing the move could relegate people issues to the bottom of the boardroom agenda
24 May 2005
Organisations must capture the 'friendly data' - information that will help them achieve their business aim - during change projects, according to a leading expert
12 Apr 2005
Some of the companies involved in the Accounting for People (AfP) taskforce have been criticised for failing to provide anything more than basic staff data in their annual reports