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What excites you about ONA?

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…

HR Analytics Case Study: Why Expats Quit – and how to Retain them

The labor market is globalizing at high speed. Students are doing foreign exchanges and internships to boost their CVs, young professionals are eagerly applying for international assignments, virtual teams and frequent, long-distance commuting have become mainstream, and intercultural management experiences are these days a requisite to get ahead in corporate life. In sum, people are…

People Analytics from a Millennial’s Perspective

Millennials have proven to be challenging in the organizational context, having managers all over the world racking their brain on how to handle, motivate and retain them. Unlike their predecessors, they are not spontaneously motivated by ‘key performance indicators’ (KPI) but rather crave continuous learning. Millennials are seemingly continuously looking for a higher purpose in…

HR Analytics Data Privacy Made Fun

As the dust around the GDPR is starting to settle, I am now sufficiently comfortable to write a piece about privacy again. Before you stop reading, worry not; I won’t take a legal perspective in this article. I will adopt a common-sense approach instead. Working with HR Analytics and, more specifically, compensation and benefit analytics,…