Jared Valdron is an organizational psychology researcher and people analytics consultant who specializes in training effectiveness evaluation, performance management, and text mining. He's a friendly data geek with a passion for leveraging HR-related data to provide meaningful insights that catalyse positive change. Jared believes that data communication is just as important as data analysis, and enjoys simplifying complex results into digestible stories. If you would like to reach out to Jared, please connect via Linkedin, or send him an email at jared.valdron@gmail.com.

Diversity in Tech Across Geography: The Pipeline Opportunity

The Pipeline Problem Another year has passed, and despite major commitments from various firms and monumental efforts by individuals, diversity in tech continues to see a sparsity of meaningful improvement. A common explanation is the pipeline problem. It describes the challenge of hiring members of underrepresented groups for technical roles (women, people of color, veterans,…

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Evaluating Training Effectiveness Using HR Analytics: An Example

Training effectiveness evaluation is an important practice in data-driven HR, but often does not get the attention it deserves. This post outlines where many training effectiveness evaluations fall short, as well has how they can be improved, using unconscious bias training programs as an example. Over the last few years, many organizations have recognized unconscious…