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International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
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Human Resource Predictive Analytics (HRPA) For HR Management In Organizations

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Sujeet N. Mishra, Dev Raghvendra Lama, Yogesh Pal



Predictive Analytics, Talent Analytics, HR Analytics, Human Resource Management, Modelling, Return on Investment (ROI), Decision Making,



Human resource predictive analytics is an evolving application field of analytics for HRM purposes. The purpose of HRM is measuring employee performance and engagement, studying workforce collaboration patterns, analyzing employee churn and turnover and modelling employee lifetime value. The motive of applying HRPA is to optimize performances and produce better return on investment for organizations through decision making based on data collection, HR metrics and predictive models. The paper is divided into three sections to understand the emergence of HR predictive analytics for HRM. Firstly, the paper introduces the concept of HRPA. Secondly, the paper discusses three aspects of HRPA: (a) Need (b) Approach & Application (c) Impact. Lastly, the paper leads to the conclusion on HRPA.



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