A study on predictors of employee performance: HR Analytics perspective
V Sivajee, KVS Praveena
Performance of employees plays an important role for organisational success. In existing VUCA time’s performance and productivity of employed professionals stand as a challenging proposition for the organization. With manifold HR policies and practices for augmenting productivity and profitability; there arises the challenge to handle huge and complex data while managing human resources. Therefore, competitive business world seeks the role of HR professional to address the strategic need keeping the operational areas in its bay. In this context, HR analytics deal with the operational data of human capital in the form of storing the information pertaining to performance management, employee turnover etc. through dedicated software platforms. The paper has reviewed the literature on the factors that predicts employee performance in operational form which may correspondingly help for making strategic decisions of the organisation. The usage of HR analytics in improving individual performance to achieve return on investment has been studied in detail. A conceptual framework has been proposed along with the implications for practitioners.