This volume is a step-by-step guide to implementing predictive data analytics in human resource management (HRM). It demonstrates how to apply and predict various HR outcomes which have an organisational impact, to aid in strategising and better decision-making.
- Presents key concepts and expands on the need and role of HR analytics in business management.
- Utilises popular analytical tools like artificial neural networks (ANNs) and K-nearest neighbour (KNN) to provide practical demonstrations through R scripts for predicting turnover and applicant screening.
- Discusses real-world corporate examples and employee data collected first-hand by the authors.
- Includes individual chapter exercises and case studies for students and teachers.
Comprehensive and accessible, this guide will be useful for students, teachers, and researchers of data analytics, Big Data, human resource management, statistics, and economics. It will also be of interest to readers interested in learning more about statistics or programming.
Table of Contents
1. Analytics in HRM 2. Looking for Data 3. Modelling the Business Problem 4. Predictive Analytics Tools and Techniques 5. Evaluation of Analytical Outcomes 6. Predictive HR Analytics in Recruitment and Selection 7. Predictive HR Analytics in Turnover and Separation 8. Predictive HR Analytics in Other Areas of HRM 9. Emerging Trends in Predictive HR Analytics
Shivinder Nijjer is a faculty member at Chitkara Business School, Chitkara University, Punjab, India. She has also previously worked as a software engineer with Infosys Technologies Limited. She has a PhD in predictive analytics and has contributed extensively to publications in the field of management information systems and business analytics. She has published various research articles in eminent ABDC-ranked and Scopus Indexed Journals. She is also a reviewer for Scopus indexed journals. She has also been actively involved in designing and delivery of analytics courses for students.
Sahil Raj is a faculty member at School of Management Studies, Punjabi University, Patiala, India. He has a PhD in information systems and has previously worked with Ranbaxy Laboratories. His recent publications include Management Information Systems (2017) and Business Analytics (2015). He has also published numerous research papers, and is a reviewer and on the editorial board of many national and international journals. He has been invited as an expert speaker and trainer in analytics by various national institutions.