Workforce Analytics has become a hot topic recently as there is a growing demand for data-driven decision making to drive strategic actions that impact critical business outcomes. While there is a general agreement among HR professionals that Human Resource initiatives have a significant effect on business performance, it is more controversial whether Return on HR Investments can be precisely calculated. Nevertheless, – as you will see through the case studies presented in our report – there are a few pioneering organizations, who already are beyond the novitiate in the journey towards developing solid Workforce Analytics capabilities.
On behalf of Stamford Global, we surveyed 255 European business and analytics professionals to investigate whether or not the mass of European organizations are to follow the latest trends of setting up a more analytical and factbased HR function.
Along with presenting the findings of our Europe-wide research of applied Workforce Analytics practices we invite you on a journey to get acquainted with how Workforce Analytics efforts may be leveraged.
Iris Kassim & Mihály Nagy (2015): The State of Workforce Analytics in Europe