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How can workforce analytics capability be improved?
In our second video with Alec Levenson, Economist and Senior Research Scientist at USC Marshall School of Business, we ask Alec how HR professionals can improve their HR analytics capability and ask for relevant advice for those looking to begin their workforce analytics journey.
Learn why having a separate HR analytics unit may not be the answer and why everyone in HR needs an appreciation for analysis.
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