Analytics in Hr is the leading blog about people analytics. You can find an overview of all the articles we published, below.

We publish about different people analytics topics.
– Case studies: Read how smart analytics and psychometric testing increased sales revenue in one case and reduced workplace accidents in a transportation company in another one.
– Tutorial: Check our tutorial on how to use R to analyze employee churn and how to go about analyzing the impact of engagement on business performance.
– Business case: We also show the value of HR analytics in a number of business cases. We examine for example what the costs are for employee turnover and employee absenteeism.
– Explanations of what people analyitcs is: Check our popular 9 HR Analytics terms you should know Part 1 and Part 2!
– Conferences: Visit our conference page to meet up with like-minded peers all over the world and discuss the latest developments.

The appetite for people analytics is astronomical. Check the articles below to read why.

HR analytics and Social network analysis by André Vermeij

Network Analytics on HR Data: A Practical Perspective and 3 Case Studies

Have you always wanted to measure collaboration within your company and improve your decision-making accordingly? Network analytics can guide you on your way. This post includes 3 case studies and a fully interactive visualization to get you started. Internal and external communication and collaboration within and between organisations have traditionally been hard to measure. Interestingly,…

Boxing Gloves

How to prepare yourself for HR analytics

Over the past years I have written some articles that have been generating a fair amount of interest. (And I’m honored by that). Some of that interest has resulted in requests for informal mentoring as well along with questions of ‘how do I get started’ in the field of People/HR Analytics? And how do I prepare…

HR on the move

On October 18th, the AOG School of Management organized an event about big data and HR analytics in the Netherlands. Three keynote speakers spoke about the future of HR tech and analytics. In this article I would like to share with you the main – and very interesting – takeaways. Tom Haak (HR Trend Institute) – Twitter…

Why you produce HR dashboards no one will use

There is an uncontested belief that HR should produce dashboards. Often the ability to produce dashboards is one of the justifications for spending a lot of money on HR software. Given this belief, HR had better produce those dashboards. If you’re not doing it, well someone will be wondering what’s wrong. The problem is that…