People Analytics: Tapping into a powerful resource

first_imgHR has relied on the use of data and analytics for years but has only recently begun to embrace people analytics. Defined as using a data-driven approach to inform your people practices, programs and processes, people analytics is a powerful resource for HR. After all, human capital is the source of all business success—it makes sense to analyze people to understand and even predict enterprise performance. Recently, HR departments have begun to leverage this powerful tool – and it’s changing the game for many businesses.HR today is all about understanding people and predicting their actions and responses. And, as Josh Bersin has said, “…People Analytics” as a business discipline has arrived. Our research now shows tremendous growth in this market, and a significant shift away from measuring HR toward a real focus on using people data to understand and predict business performance.”Unfortunately, while we see more organizations beginning to talk about it, 92 percent of HR departments don’t believe they’re proficient in using people analytics. But that doesn’t have to be the case. Use the following got tips to get started or build your proficiency in using people analytics in your organization. continue reading » 10SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

Barcelona’s shock Chelsea bid, Man United move for World Cup finalist – gossip

first_img 4 Man United joined by three other clubs in race for Erling Haaland 4 Conte had a disappointing 2017/18 Premier League season as Chelsea finished fifth Cavani ‘agrees’ to join new club and will complete free transfer next summer Wayne Rooney joined DC United in a £12.5m move from Everton moving on LATEST Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Ndidi bid, targets named, Ozil is ‘skiving little git’ Liverpool’s signings under Michael Edwards – will Minamino be the next big hit? 4 Brighton want to sign Lille midfielder Yves Bissouma, with Fulham also thought to be interested in the 21-year-old Malian. (Argus)Wilfred Ndidi is set to be offered a new deal by Leicester City with the player insisting he has never thought about leaving  the club. (Leicester Mercury)And here are the latest headlinesSPOOF – Antonio Conte reacts furiously to Chelsea sacking* Real Madrid release statement about Neymar, claiming they have ‘no intention’ of signing Paris Saint-Germain starEverton transfer news: Toffees eyeing double swoop for Barcelona duo Yerry Mina and Lucas Digne‘Real Madrid don’t need Harry Kane…they have Karim Benzema!’ – Fernando Morientes does not want Tottenham Hotspur striker to come to the BernabeuChelsea FC transfer news: Maurizio Sarri looking to bring in ex-Liverpool player Suso – reportsLiverpool transfer news: Barcelona set £25m asking price for shot-stopper Jasper CillessenTottenham Hotspur transfer news: Inter Milan preparing £12m move for Mousa DembeleLeeds United transfer news: West Bromwich Albion win the race to sign Swansea City defender Kyle Bartley‘They were happy for me to leave’ – Wayne Rooney claims Everton nudged him out the door before DC United move IN DEMAND Lazio’s Brazil midfielder Felipe Anderson, 25, is expected to complete a move to West Ham in the next few days, having had a medical on Friday. (London Evening Standard)Paris Saint-Germain will offer Neymar an improved contract as they try to repel Real Madrid who want to make an offer for the 26-year-old Brazil forward. (AS)Manchester United are in discussions to sign Inter Milan’s World Cup finalist Ivan Perisic, 29. (Paris United, via Sun)Newcastle’s hopes of signing Crystal Palace’s English winger Andros Townsend, 26, depend on whether Stoke can agree a deal for the Magpies’ Scottish winger Matt Ritchie, 28. (Newcastle Chronicle) Latest Transfer news Where every Premier League club needs to strengthen in January Chelsea confident of beating Man United and Liverpool to Sancho signing Kevin De Bruyne ‘loves Man City and wants to keep winning’, reveals father Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade three-way race REVEALED targets Could there be a return to St James’ Park for Andros Townsend? Barcelona have offered a cash-plus-player deal for Chelsea midfielder N’Golo Kante, 27. Unwanted ace Andre Gomes, 24, is the player Barca are willing to include, suggest the reports. (Sky Sports)Chelsea have held talks about the possibility of signing Juventus striker Gonzalo Higuain, 30, and want any deal to involve Blues striker Alvaro Morata returning to his former club. (Mail)Inter Milan are set to beat Tottenham to the signing of Bordeaux wonderkid Malcom and sign the Brazilian on an initial loan deal. (Times)Leicester are ready to offer England hero Harry Maguire, 25, an improved contract – taking his weekly wage from £45,000 to about £75,000 – in an attempt to ward off interest from Manchester United.(Mail) Tony Cascarino backs Everton to sign two strikers for Carlo Ancelotti Chelsea are set to complete a deal to sign Jorginho from Napoli. 4 RANKED talkSPORT give you the lowdown on the latest transfer news and rumours from Saturday’s papers and online…Napoli midfielder Jorginho, 26, was at Stamford Bridge on Friday evening to complete his move to Chelsea from the Italian club, which will see him follow manager Maurizio Sarri to west London. (Guardian) LIVING THE DREAM The biggest market value losers in 2019, including Bale and ex-Liverpool star targets TOP WORK Tottenham transfer news: Barcelona linked with Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Adrien RabiotArsenal starlet Armstrong Okoflex reportedly set to join CelticLiverpool FC news: Danny Ward will be given shot at No.1 spot as Loris Karius’ position appears untenableHow Manchester United could line-up in 2018/19 season with Gareth Bale, Harry Maguire, Fred and more new signingslast_img read more

Human behavior and corporate culture may have impact on hygiene food safety

first_imgJun 7 2018Leadership and efficient communication in food companies have a large impact on hygiene and food safety, as proven by research at Ghent University. Many food processing companies have implemented a food safety management system to comply with the severe measures to deliver hygienic and safe food. Nevertheless, consumers can be exposed to unsafe food, with food poisoning as a result.Research at Ghent University shows that human behavior and corporate culture may have an impact on these problems.Certificate is no guaranteeResearchers Elien De Boeck, Prof. Liesbeth Jacxsens (faculty of Bioscience Engineering, Ghent University) and Prof. Peter Vlerick (faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, Ghent University) took a closer look at food companies and their management systems.”Food safety is often looked at from a purely technological approach”, De Boeck explains. “Many companies choose to obtain a food safety certificate merely because their customers demand it; not because they are intrinsically motivated to improve their company’s hygiene and food safety. As such, certificates risk to become merely a checklist with requirements and lose their original goal: to safeguard and improve hygiene and food safety.””A certificate is no guarantee for safe food”, the researcher continues. “Some companies with certificates still encounter food safety problems.”Human behavior and corporate cultureTheir study shows that in many cases, food safety problems are caused by the behavior of individual employees, who are, in turn, influenced by the corporate culture with respect to food safety and hygiene.Related StoriesAMSBIO offers new, best-in-class CAR-T cell range for research and immunotherapyResearch sheds light on sun-induced DNA damage and repairNew research links “broken heart syndrome” to cancerDe Boeck: “As a company, you make choices: for instance, how do we manage food safety? Is it our priority to produce safe and hygienic food, or to increase production? This organizational culture reflects on all aspects in production and processing, and on the behavior of employees. If you give employees sufficient time to do their job well, they will get the signal that quality and food safety are more important than quantity. Furthermore, stress and burn-out are clearly linked to a weak food safety culture.”Leadership and communicationA strong leading management and efficient communication seemed crucial to realize a better food safety culture.”Every food processing company should have strong leaders on crucial positions in the company”, De Boeck advises. “These persons have a positive influence on the behavior of individual employees.”Also good communication is important, to make employees aware of the importance of food safety and hygiene, for example by organizing frequent food safety and hygiene training.Positive food safety cultureIn certification of companies, food safety culture will become more important in the future.”Food companies need to aim for a good food safety culture, in which every employee is aware of the importance of safe and hygienic food”, the researcher concludes.Source: read more