The Future of HR Analytics

Publisher: Corban OneSource

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The Future of HR Analytics

The COVID-19 pandemic caused major disruptions within the American workforce that continue to be felt today. In 2022, companies were troubled by “The Great Resignation,” during which 50 million employees quit their jobs, often in search of new employment opportunities that would afford them greater work-life balance, increased compensation, and a favorable company culture. Because these factors can be difficult for companies to navigate, the future of HR analytics is looking bright because of the solutions that data-driven technologies and strategies present.