Human Resources: Big Data Benefits and Challenges



Big Data Study - Human Resources Big Data Benefits and ChallengesHuman Resources Big Data Benefits

One of the potential Human Resources Big Data benefits, as seen by HR managers, is in improving employee retention – determining which employees are most likely to leave and discouraging them from doing so.

Rated second was understanding the effectiveness of recruiting campaigns, followed by gauging of employee morale or engagement. This is an issue rated close to No.1.

HR sees fewer benefits in using Big Data to identify people outside the company who could become valuable employees.

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Exhibit IV-20: Areas of Greatest Benefits for Human Resources
Q18-g: Degree Of Potential Benefits Big Data Could Generate – Mean Summary — Human Resources

Exhibit IV-20: Human Resources Big Data Benefits | Q18-g: Degree Of Potential Benefits Big Data Could Generate - Mean Summary -- Human Resources / Personnel
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Human Resources Big Data Challenges

HR managers said their biggest challenge with Big Data was understanding where to focus the investments in the HR function. Next on the list was finding data scientists.
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Exhibit IV-21: Greatest Big Data Challenges for Human Resources
Q-23: Greatest Challenges to Getting Value from Big Data: Mean Summary – Human Resources/Personnel
Exhibit IV-21: Greatest Big Data Challenges for Human Resources | Q-23: Greatest Challenges to Getting Value from Big Data: Mean Summary - Human Resources/Personnel
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