We can offer insight into job changes and people who are looking for a new job, on the other hand, we can also see which job vacancies are open. This data is available via our MarketBase. In addition to insight into positions, we can also map out which HR software is used within a company. How many people are employed and how many workplaces there are, or if flex spaces are used. People are currently forced to work from home, but the expectation is that the (rental) costs of office buildings will rise in the coming years.
Also, more and more data-driven units are being organised within the company, which is why we are noticing the rise of HR analytics. As a result, decisions are no longer made on the basis of gut feeling alone, but data plays a major role in this. Whereas previously a simple file was a representation of the ‘things that happened’, the same information is now available in real-time and can be compared with each other. It offers possibilities for discovering and shaping patterns and trends. This in turn forms the basis for predictions about what is going to happen or another strategy.
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