A Data Driven and Dynamic HR Analytics System.

Explore the vast features of data analytics for better decision making

Human resources teams can gain a better understanding of the primary value drivers underlying the human capital management process with analytics tools, and they can extract insights from raw data to improve workforce effectiveness. Analytics, as a single decision-making platform, provides a self-service environment with a full set of business intelligence and advanced analytics tools, making it simple to review HR data in great depth. Many busin ...Human resources teams can gain a better understanding of the primary value drivers underlying the human capital management process with analytics tools, and they can extract insights from raw data to improve workforce effectiveness. Analytics, as a single decision-making platform, provides a self-service environment with a full set of business intelligence and advanced analytics tools, making it simple to review HR data in great depth. Many businesses and leaders are skeptical about how data will change their sector, particularly in qualitative areas. With the emergence of big data, it's more important than ever for leaders and businesses to keep up with the times. Matrixes that previously could not be quantified are now easily measured, and this has had a significant impact on how an HR executive performs.  Read More
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Benefits

Move beyond HR data analytics with multiple parameters

Make judgments and develop plans to improve the work environment and employee engagement soon
Combine the two forms of data to have a better understanding of the reasons that cause turnover
Gather and evaluate historical data on employee turnover to find latest trends
Enable the acquisition of candidate data from different sources quickly and automatically
Highlight applicants that have similar characteristics to those of the company's top performers
Evaluates the efficiency of HR operations and activities on a day-to-day basis
Data is collected and compared to better understand turnover, absenteeism, and recruitment outcomes
Data is assessed in order to receive the problem-solving insights that HR Analytics promises

Features

Get clear insights of latest turnover trends

This is the most basic and important topic that every HR practitioner should keep track of. Hiring, training, and finally inducting employees into the workforce as professionals all require resources. That's why executives should keep track of their company's attrition rate and compare it to industry averages. Understanding employee turnover rates also aids HR professionals in forecasting future employee departures. These insights aid in the avoidance of a few entries and the preparation of the organisation for those that are unavoidable. Managers can use historical data and key performance indicators (KPIs) such as employee engagement, contentment, and staff advocacy to identify and reduce employee turnover.

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