Analytics In HR

Why we founded Analytics in HR

Having observed the astronomical appetite for HR analytics we identified a need for a community where HR analytics experts, beginners and enthusiast can come together and share knowledge and (success) stories. Our goal with the Analytics in HR blog is to enable knowledge sharing amongst community members and act as a catalyst for HR analytics in general.

As we strongly believe in the power of a community we actively encourage community members to contribute to the community and share their knowledge by writing guest posts.

How we make money

We help HR professionals and data experts to get started with analytics through our HR Analytics Academy. We offer online courses for individuals and companies. For more information about our in-company offering, please contact Nando at nando@analyticsinhr.com

We also leverage our extensive knowledge of the market to help organizations find the right analytics software and help them implement these solutions. Additionally, we are regularly asked to share our knowledge at (in-house) analytics events and conferences. If you’re looking for a speaker, please contact Erik at erik@analyticsinhr.com.

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OrganizationView - Analytics and Employee Feedback Solutions


OrganizationView is a pioneer in workforce science. We work with forward-thinking clients to help them optimise workforces and HR departments through data.

We do this by combining global HR experience with advanced statistics, data visualisation and technology skills. We create and deliver innovation by applying proven analytic techniques from other disciplines to solve the most pressing employee-related challenges.


Workometry is our award-winning application that enables clients to quickly collect and analyse vast quantities of employee feedback to the most pressing business challenges. Our focus is on providing rich, context-based information in a way that drives effective action.

Clients are describing Workometry as revolutionary. It is probably one of the first true ‘big data’ applications in HR, sense-making from large volumes of linked structured and unstructured information.


Most People Analytics can predict what is likely to happen to who. However it fails to provide insight into why it is happening and what you can do to address it effectively.

Our data scientists have deep experience of uncovering actionable insight from large volumes of employee demographic, behaviour and perception data. Our rich, contextual insight is designed to drive effective action across the organization.


HR is under pressure to ensure that its decisions are made empirically. To do this, HR leaders will need to understand what HR analytics is, and how to utilise it to their advantage. Our analytics training enables them to do that.

You will work with expert practitioners. At the heart is an open and pragmatic dialogue about how to apply analytics in your business. We’ll make even the most advanced people analytics easy to understand and effective to use.

David Green - Advisory, Speaking and Consulting

David Green is a globally recognised and respected influencer, speaker, writer and advisor on people analytics, data-driven HR and the future of work. David has spoken at and/or chaired conferences in 25+ cities around the globe over the last 18 months including Sydney, London, Paris, Singapore, New York, San Francisco, Moscow, Helsinki, Amsterdam and Berlin.

Additionally, David also works closely with people analytics teams and senior HR leaders throughout the world. In combination, this gives David a unique perspective and insight into what's working, what's not, and what's forthcoming in the field of people analytics.

David has received a number of industry accolades including winning Best Writer at the HR Tech Writers’ Awards, being included as one of 10 ‘Power Profiles’ for HR by LinkedIn and is regularly included in influencer lists on people analytics, HR and the future of work.

David has accumulated close to 20 years experience in the human resources and talent management space, including most recently for IBM. He has developed deep knowledge in people analytics, digital HR and talent acquisition having undertaken a breadth of roles covering sales, consulting and solutions design.

You can also find David on Twitter @david_green_uk, on LinkedIn (where he has over 30,000 followers) as well as via his regular articles on LinkedIn Pulse and Unleash News.