After two years of hard work and a ton of content, we have recently hit two major milestones. Yes, you read that right. AIHR has been here for two years already. The company actually turned 2 back in June this year but we wanted to hold off on the celebrations until hitting another important milestone.…
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:
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.
We also compile a list of the top HR analytics articles written every month. You can see these posts here:
- Top 5 trending articles of July
- Top 5 trending articles of August
- Top 5 trending articles of September
- Top 5 trending articles of October
You can find a full list of our HR analytics articles below. Enjoy!
HR analytics influencers Luk Smeyers, Melissa Kantor and David Green discuss the ethical considerations of People Analytics at the Unleash conference.
At one point in my career, I was working as an HR-manager for Belden, a company which, at that time, was making cables and wires for shavers, TVs and other electronic equipment. I envied some of my colleagues in the management team who “battled” for their share of the annual budget. Especially the marketing manager…
Find out what the leading experts think is the reason for People Analytics results lagging behind their potential. This AIHR video on the UNLEASH conference features Luk Smeyers and David Green.
Organizations are more than a list of people. Agile Organization Design is much more than redrawing the org chart. Analytics are central to understanding the organization and designing its future. But organizations often end up with the wrong data and ineffective analysis in preparation for organization design. As a consequence they pay the costs of…
We’re back with the latest edition of our monthly “Most Trending HR Articles”! We’ve selected the best HR analytics articles of September 2018 for you to read. So grab a cup of coffee, sit back and enjoy these next 5 articles. #5: What Your Boss Could Learn by Reading the Whole Company’s Emails If the…
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,…
Organizational Network Analysis (ONA) is making waves in the HR space. What makes analytics experts excited about ONA? So Organizational Network Analysis or ONA is a subject that a lot of people in analytics teams are investigating at the moment. When I go to conferences and that question is asked, what are you looking at, ONA always comes…
Last week, I had the pleasure of interviewing Hannah Spell, co-author of Predicting Business Success, about the value of people analytics, different case studies, the use of advanced statistical analytics techniques, and tips for getting started with people analytics. Watch the full interview below!
One of the most interesting challenges in the field of people analytics at the moment is to create a data-driven culture in HR. If you already have a great people analytics ‘machine’ in place, with all the governance, processes, and tech, you still need HR professionals to make this machine actually work and add business…