—Andy Kaslow, CHRO, Cerberus
Companies are collecting more and more data about their employees. When used properly, human capital analytics can uncover veritable needles in the haystack: why women at a company in China were leaving in such large numbers that it became a burden on the company, for example. Such insights cannot only help companies fine tune their human resource policies; uncovering a smart solution can also help contribute to the firm’s bottom line. However, companies also need to be mindful of the pitfalls of analytics: implicit bias in data, difficulty in analyzing ambiguity, and survey fatigue among hard-pressed employees.
When 125 practitioners and experts met to talk about human capital analytics, we took notes. Here are highlights:
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