HR Data Quality

Christopher Andrews, Neil McCormick

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    [Extract] It is apparent that the ongoing globalization of Human Resource Standards and Human Capital reporting, in particular, will drive the need for better quality HR data. Late last year John Sumser published an interesting article on ‘Value & data’ aspects of which go to the heart of HR data quality. His statement that ‘Data depreciates. Usually rapidly’ is a key issue for most organizations. In another HR Examiner article on ‘The Global movement for Human Resource Standards’ the authors discussed the importance of global standards and, in particular, the latest Human Capital Reporting Standard. Around the same time as those articles were issued the author of this article engaged in a deep discussion about a ‘Workforce Data Quality Standard.’ This article addresses the issue of HR data quality.
    Original languageEnglish
    JournalHR Examiner
    Publication statusPublished - 19 Mar 2019

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    Human resources
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    Workforce
    Global standards
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    Andrews, C., & McCormick, N. (2019). HR Data Quality. HR Examiner.
    Andrews, Christopher ; McCormick, Neil. / HR Data Quality. In: HR Examiner. 2019.
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