Crossing a decade of the 21st century, the paradigm of Human Resources is seen evolving with the strategic gene induced into it. There seems to be a radical shift descending as the corporate sector calls on its HR team to become strategic rather than administrative. This transferal eventually requires the metrics employed by these HR teams not to be just operationally reactive but to be aligned to evidence-based strategic thinking. On realizing the trend for a prescriptive metric model for effective HR analytics, this study has designed a conceptual framework for a basic metric model that assists IT-HRM professionals in transitioning a practice of evidence-based decision-making to enhance organizational performance.
Evidence-based HR, HR analytics, IT sector, metric model, strategic HR practices
"Transition practices in HRM functions: A review,"
Manipal Journal of Science and Technology: Vol. 4:
1, Article 1.
Available at: https://impressions.manipal.edu/mjst/vol4/iss1/1