You Don’t Have to Be a Data Scientist to Fill This Must-Have Analytics Role

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It’s no secret that organizations have been increasingly turning to advanced analytics and artificial intelligence (AI) to improve decision making across business processes—from research and design to supply chain and risk management. Certainly, data scientists are required to build the analytics models—including machine learning and, increasingly, deep learning—capable of turning vast amounts of data into insights. What exactly is an analytics translator?

Top People Analytics Articles for Spring 2018: A Fresh Take on Actionable People Data


The appetite for people analytics has grown, and so have the expectations for the business results they produce. For this season’s collection of top people analytics articles, we look at what analytics teams must do to link people data with business outcomes.

How AI Is Impacting the Future of Payroll

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billion by 2026. AI tools can also flag systematic issues by monitoring how data is collected and processed and offer strategies to improve efficiency. Predictive & Prescriptive Analytics. Are you prepared for the future of payroll?

7 Skills HR Technologists Will Need in the Next Eight Years


Human and machine collaboration : Adoption of people analytics, algorithms, and big data will accelerate and enhance productivity and decision-making, and automate and abolish tasks previously performed by humans.

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How HR Tech Can Help Combat Talent Shortages


The claim “Every company is a technology company” has been widely shared over the years, so much so that, along with another popular business maxim—“Culture eats strategy for breakfast”—it has come to be almost universally accepted as truth. Columnists HR Analytics HR Technology

Healthcare’s Looming Talent Troubles


The good news is the Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that healthcare jobs will be among the fastest-growing in the nation by 2026. These high-growth jobs will likely have gaps in demand and supply of workers,” said Jason Narlock, senior consultant, Workforce Strategy and Analytics at Mercer, in a company statement. If you are an HR leader in the healthcare sector, there’s good news and bad news on the jobs front.

How Your Home Health Care Business Can Build a Pipeline of Quality Job Applicants


trillion on home health care by 2026. Due to the competitive hiring market and growing demand for home health care services, it’s critical for your agency to have a strategy in place to build a pipeline of quality applicants.