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Optis: Harness Your People Data to Make Better Business Decisions

White Paper Published By: Optis
Published:  Feb 26, 2013
Type:  White Paper
Length:  6 pages

Many organizations are attempting to assemble their workforce data into systems that support measurement and analysis. However, there’s a lot of room for improvement. Managing disparate people data becomes complex without the right system integration. Additionally, many questions surrounding people data continue to exist, and HR professionals continue to be dissatisfied.

In the white paper “People Data in Your Business,” Optis explains what people data is, gives you the steps to become people data strategic, and illustrates how utilizing people data properly can lead to company-changing and/or cost-saving decisions.

You’ll learn four best practices you can follow to become people data strategic:

  • Start simply
  • Establish baselines
  • Develop iteratively
  • Adapt by updating previously created metrics and reports

“People Data in Your Business” can help you know how to make your disparate people data easy to understand, control and see. It’s with this knowledge and understanding that your company can create cost-saving employee benefits programs, reduce lost productivity, identify absence trends and ultimately make better business decisions.

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