ICYMI: The Beginner's Guide to HR Analytics
JULY 14, 2021
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Analytics programs require a significant investment of time, money and resources — but for those who do invest, the payoff promises to be great. We sat down with Josh Bersin, principal and founder of leading HR research firm Bersin by Deloitte, to cover the nuts and bolts of HR analytics.
PLUS: Check out our infographic on how to build a HR analytics team!
Exit interviews are a double-edged sword: Your company desperately wants information from departing employees about how to improve, but employees have little motivation to provide complete, honest reasons for their departure. Here's a deeper look at how to ensure your exit interviews are effective.
One company may have found a solution to reinvigorating the reputation of HR. The LinkedIn Festival — billed as a non-technical HR hackathon — was entirely organized by interns, for interns. We talked with Samantha Hamlin, LinkedIn's HR director and business partner, on the value of engaging young people in HR and why innovation needs to be a two-way street.
After years of bumping their heads on glass ceilings, women have had enough of the corporate world. Organizations need to step up to the plate if they want to attract and retain women. Here are three tips for creating a structure for gender parity success at your company.
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