Why to do HR Analytics?
In order to remain successful and competitive,all businesses and organizations must be capable of changing, growing and evolving to meet the new challenges and realities that they face. This is true for every department within an organization, including human resources. HR analytics can be leveraged in order to create an iterative framework for making these necessary refinements as they become apparent.
As a discipline, HR analytics is generally used to understand and address specific challenges that an organization’s human resources department is facing—for example, to answer questions like why there has been a sudden spike in employees who quit after their two-year anniversary, or why the quality of applications has fallen in recent months.
Mavenwise consulting has the expertise to conduct studies and perform HR Analytics. We have developed Standard tools with the help of research data, statistics and technology which enables systematic computational analysis of data or statistics.
It is used for the discovery, interpretation, and communication of meaningful patterns in data. It also entails applying data patterns towards effective decision-making.
We offer customized HR Analytics in the following areas:
- Employee Wellbeing Survey - Employee wellness surveys include well-thought-out questions that cover a variety of facets that come under the broad category of wellness, such as: environmental, social, physical, emotional, spiritual, occupational and intellectual wellness.
- Employee Attitude Surveys - Assess employees’ emotions and feelings within the workplace.
- Employee Opinion Surveys - Discover views and beliefs held by employees.
- Employee Exit Surveys - Provide valuable insight into workplace relationships, training, opportunities for growth and work processes within an organization.
- Employee Benefits Surveys - Regularly survey employees regarding benefits satisfaction can help organizations tailor benefit plans to their employees.
- Professional Development Surveys - Ask employees if they feel they’ve been given the proper training and development tools to advance their professional career goals in the workplace.