How are HRBPs' Job Roles Changing due to Analytics and Insights and How can they Become Better Equipped to Handle the Transformation?
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Call, Ethan; Castellano, Sarah
The Human Resources Business Partner (HRBP) role focuses on creating value for constituents which include customers, capital market, competitors, and communities. This role can vary from organization to organization but traditionally features an HR professional advising a group of customers within the organization. Looking to the future, the HRBP role will be vital in creating value through data analytics.
analytics & insights; analytics; human resources business partner; data analytics; data maturity; data storytelling; predictive analytics; upskilling
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