People Analytics Learning Hub
Telling the Story of Turnover
Tell your CEO what they need to know about employee turnover reporting. Use this course to unlock the power behind properly analyzing basic employee turnover data to answer the questions that your organization needs to know about employee attrition. The focus is not only on the data but also on how to tell the story behind it.
In this course, you will learn how to approach generalized questions like “What is the latest update on attrition?” and turn them into meaningful and easy-to-use reporting that tells stories with your attrition data. And the way we’re going to do it is to start with the foundations. We’ll look at all the insights you can learn from basic employee attrition analysis and why you shouldn’t underestimate the power of this information in your organization.
Who is this course for?
This course is for everyone looking to better understand employee turnover with the help of people data. You don’t need to have advanced technical and data science knowledge to build advanced, predictive models in this course, since the focus is on the baseline information about employees leaving the organization. Learners who will benefit from this course include:
- HR professionals exploring employee attrition
- Analysts switching to a People Analyst role
- Executives/ CHROs who want to understand the impact of employee attrition on the business and what to do about it
What you’ll learn
This masterclass also includes a multiple-choice quiz and additional resources that lead you to a certificate.
In this lesson, we’ll talk about generalized rules for people analytics that you can use as guiding principles or values when approaching any question that needs an answer with the help of data. These principles should inform any reporting or storytelling you do, ensuring that your data-driven decisions align with your organization’s values and objectives.
Data is not always what it seems! Learn through a practical example what it actually looks like to analyze people data needed to answer turnover questions, uncovering the complexities and transformations that data undergoes throughout its journey from collection to analysis.
An essential part in presenting employee turnover data is visualization. This needs to be done so that it draws attention to all the important insights and puts them in the context of time and your business model. A dangerous path to take is a one-size-fits-all, since employee turnover is sometimes expected and even desired, always taking into account your organizational context.
Focus on scenario, finding, and insight. Learn how to draw and present meaningful conclusions that tell the story of employee turnover, emphasizing the importance of framing your data analysis in the context of real-world scenarios, identifying key findings, and deriving actionable insights that can drive informed decisions and strategic actions within your organization.