According to many HR professionals people analytics helps to improve employee engagement as well as increase diversity across the organization, though challenges do exist.
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People Analytics Growing in Use and Sophistication
Business leaders frequently rely on employee data to make decisions on everything from employee promotions to large-scale organizational strategy, which has resulted in an increased interest in people analytics—the collection and analysis of employee data to understand, improve and optimize business outcomes. This advancement is promising because according to many HR professionals people analytics helps to improve employee engagement as well as increase diversity across the organization, though challenges do exist.
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