The rise of data-based applications has brought about a new era for the HR department. Processes developed in the 1970s are now going through a transformation with tools for gathering more accurate reports based on people analytics. But what exactly can you do with this information?

The main objectives of every HR department are to boost engagement, lower turnover, provide effective training and development and attract great talent. Aside from turnover, these objectives are difficult to measure. How do you measure engagement or the effect of a training program? This is especially difficult when your company only tracks performance annually. Data based on continuous feedback is providing new answers. Here are four ways it can help your HR department:

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