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Be careful! These books can change your career: People Analytics and HR-Tech reading list

Littal Shemer

These books can change your career: People Analytics and HR-Tech reading list. This list of People Analytics books is not exceptional. So here is my People Analytics reading list on Kindle, ordered chronologically, from newest to oldest. David Lahey (2014). “A

Innovative HR and Why Technology Innovators Can’t Survive Without It

Visier

As a tech company, we experience first hand the challenges faced by HR and business leaders in the hyper-competitive tech talent market. A data-driven approach can provide the actionable insights HR needs to get the upper-hand and succeed. Develop The Right Mix of Workforce Diversity.

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The Rise of the People Strategy Platform

Visier

This was a key takeaway from a summit of HR leaders and Boston Consulting Group (BCG) experts, who met to discuss the future of HR and the trends shaping it. Embrace diversity. Create value through HR. HR has long focused on achieving operational excellence.

The Rise of the People Strategy Platform

Visier

This was a key takeaway from a summit of HR leaders and Boston Consulting Group (BCG) experts, who met to discuss the future of HR and the trends shaping it. Embrace diversity. Create value through HR. HR has long focused on achieving operational excellence.

Innovative HR and Why Technology Innovators Can’t Survive Without It

Visier

As a tech company, we experience first hand the challenges faced by HR and business leaders in the hyper-competitive tech talent market. A data-driven approach can provide the actionable insights HR needs to get the upper-hand and succeed. Develop The Right Mix of Workforce Diversity.

To Succeed at Talent Acquisition, Go Beyond Your Applicant Tracking System

Visier

Talent acquisition is arguably the one HR area that provides the biggest advantage to a business. Research by Bersin indicated that in 2011, the average cost per hire was already $3,500 —and just three years later in 2014, that figure had grown by 28% to $4,500.