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People analytics maturity in India
Over the last decade or so, the most significant trend across businesses has been the push to go “digital”. This does not only entail adopting technology and modern tools in daily operations, but also calls for a mindset shift amongst leaders and the workforce. The pandemic accelerated the shift towards digital ways of working, with organisations implementing and embracing technology solutions that would have seemed impossible a few years ago.
As business models, the workplace, and expectations of the core workforce change, the HR function will have no choice but to move along and make this digital shift. This translates to providing real-time actionable insights, as well as helping the business predict, prevent and respond to people-related challenges. This is where people analytics plays a significant role.