HR Analytics is a topic that’s rising in popularity among HR professionals. Analytics in HR aims to be the leading platform about this subject. Below you can find all the articles we ever published. Our articles are written by a set of dedicated writers with experience in applying analytics within companies. Check the different kinds kinds of articles below:

Explainers:
Our basic explainers explain what HR analytics is all about, like what is HR analytics? and an extensive article on what predictive analytics are and how they can be applied in HR. This article includes 7 case studies and a tutorial!
Business cases:
We also write about business cases. These articles show the relevance and added value of analytics, like our business case on employee turnover and absenteeism.
Case studies:
Besides business cases, we publish case studies like how hr analytics reduced workplace accidents and how it increased sales performance by utilizing smart psychometric tests. Lastly, we also write practical tutorials, like how to analyze employee churn by using R. Other practical articles are about HR metrics (part 1 and part 2).
Learnings from projects:
Lastly we love to share our learnings with you. An interesting read is our article on 5 Reasons Why HR Analytics Projects Fail. The article will help you prevent the most common traps in analytics projects.

You can find a full list of our HR analytics articles below. Enjoy!

What is happening in the HR Analytics space?

Learning Bite: What Is Happening in the HR Analytics Space? Several noteworthy trends: Obtaining future anticipation-derived value (i.e., improved policy- and decision-making) by going from descriptive to predictive or, in other words, from learning from the past to anticipating the future; Currently, predictive capabilities are what companies are striving for, hence a steadily growing ‘appetite’…

employee value proposition

People Analytics Success Benefits from an Employee Value Proposition

People analytics delivers value to organizations. I can point to countless surveys that show that organizations that adopt people analytics outperform those that don’t. Bersin says so. Corporate Leadership Council says so. The Sierra-Cedar HR Systems Survey says so. The Visier Age of People Analytics Survey says so. I can also show countless case studies…