When HR embraces technology like artificial intelligence and machine learning, it’s able to effectively manage the skills pipeline and find the best-fit candidates to take their organisation forward.
HR leaders are 27% to 43% confident in the amount of data they must manage, but only 35% are confident in the security of their data. How we use data is powerful in identifying insights to improve the employee journey.
AI and machine learning simplify the process of analysing masses of data, but only 32% of HR leaders feel highly confident in their ability to extract insights.
HR leaves the bulk of responsibility down to IT and finance. Only 35% of HR decision-makers believe they are accountable. All departments need to take accountability for data.
HR departments need to prioritise enhanced security controls and enable role-based access on scope of influence. Data security should be a top priority for all departments.
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When an organisation has a wealth of employee data, it needs to understand what pitfalls to avoid in order to keep and grow employee trust.
In this Tomorrow Talk, find out how HR can extract data to ensure that it’s ethically sourced and trustworthy.
When it comes to working with data, HR must act as the moral compass to ensure employees put ethics first.