Only 9% of senior executives have confidence in the quality of their HR data, according to a survey conducted by Rosslyn Data Technologies and Tucana of more than 300 HR professionals in January-April 2017.
The results of the comprehensive survey show that there is much progress to be made by HR leaders in getting their teams up to a standard required to deliver more insight and value to colleagues up and across their organizations. That said, HR teams are adopting new data technologies at a faster pace than other departments in the past, such as finance and procurement.
Our exclusive survey reveals that:
- One in three businesses is grappling with the challenge of fragmented data
- 20% of HR departments lack the skills to analyze and interrogate data
- Almost three-quarters of HR professionals have average quality data but still use it to carry out analysis
- 68% of HR departments do not have a standard corporate-wide taxonomy in place for effective reporting and analysis
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