HR Analytics Essentials You Always Wanted To Know

Self Learning Management Series

Non-Fiction - Business/Finance
214 Pages
Reviewed on 04/07/2021
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Reviewed by Deborah Adams for Readers' Favorite

HR Analytics Essentials You Always Wanted to Know by Dr. Michael J. Walsh is an intellectually fascinating blend of instruction, theory, and illustrative samples. Human Resource professionals like myself are deeply rooted in the modern-day blend of people-centric practices supported by analytical data. This guidebook expertly walks readers through the more foundational principles of the analytical process and is packed with HR-specific conditions and steadily deepens the discussion from foundational to more advanced topics. Individuals with a basic background in statistics will quickly absorb the contents and those with experience in HR will easily identify opportunities for utilization. This book could also pique the interest of Organizational Change Management professionals and anyone interested in organizational strategy. My personal favorite chapter was on job analysis.

Dr. Michael J. Walsh clearly understands his audience and steadily walks the reader through familiar terminology, grasping the goals of modern HR professionals to add quantifiable contributions to their organizations. The content is delivered concisely and flows through the various concepts presented with ease. Through each new chapter, I found myself thinking back to the author’s emphasis on Organizational Readiness and how truly important it is to gauge and expand with intention. What we HR pros wouldn’t give to be organizationally prepared to dive into the critical analyses outlined in HR Analytics Essentials You Always Wanted to Know! This guidebook will have HR practitioners itching to get started, and ready to dive into the various scenarios. I highly recommend readers pick this one up and keep it on your desk for quick reference.