Talent Analytics In PracticePosted in : HR Updates ROI on 4 February 2015
At a time when big data is becoming a mainstream strategy in many business functions, HR is playing catch-up. Right now, 86 percent of companies report no analytics capability in the HR function, compared to 81 percent of companies that utilize analytics in finance, 77 percent in operations, 58 percent in sales, and 56 percent in marketing.
The good news is that 57 percent of HR teams increased their investment in measurement and analytics in 2013. Companies that are ahead of the game in this area are doubling their improvements in recruiting, tripling their leadership development capabilities, and enjoying 30 percent higher stock process than their peers.
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