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Happy Holidays from Team AIHR!

Over the past year, you have visited our website quite regularly – we are thrilled that you chose Analytics in HR (AIHR) as your source of information for the exciting and rapidly developing field of HR/ People Analytics. As we are approaching the festive season, I want to thank you for being a loyal reader…

Human Resource Cost - An Overview on Human Resource Costing

How to Measure Human Resource Costs

Measuring Human Resource costs (HR costs, also called Human Resource costing), is a key component of HR accounting. In this article, we’ll explain what Human Resource costing is, why you should measure costs, how to do it and why just measuring Human Resource costs is not enough. Traditionally, the human resource department has been regarded…

Creating Value With Fact-Based HR

Imagine you gain key insights into your people by measuring and analyzing what matters to your organization. Imagine that these insights are actually used by your people in their day-to-day business and operations. And, imagine that these key insights on your people then have a profound impact on the success of your organization. Utopia, or…

Absence and the Bradford Factor

How to Leverage the Bradford Factor to get a Grip on Employee Absence

Human resource practitioners are continuously developing tools and technology to help maximize employee performance to achieve organizational goals more efficiently. One of the most commonly used HR tools today is the Bradford Factor. In this article, I will explain what the Bradford Factor is and why you should use it to manage employee absence. What is…

Statistics and HR Analytics

HR Analytics & Statistics: An Introduction

“To understand God’s thoughts one must study statistics for they are measure of his purpose in the Universe” – Florence Nightingale As a statistics instructor in the early part of my career, I know how boring statistics can be (to most of us). However, grasping the fundamentals of statistics is critical for your success as…