Does your human resources department use the data they collect to help the organization make better fact-based decisions and improve business performance? For all the data they collect, most HR departments fail to exploit this huge potential and simply use information for a retrospective view of the organization. We all know that the amount of available HR data is only going to increase, so why not tap into it?

In many cases, there is simply a lack of awareness of the latest generation of HR analytics that can link investments in people to a company's returns on financial capital. Your HR executives should be aware that some of their most astute peers are actively shaping their organization's future by managing talent and directing programs toward the long-term needs of the business.

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