The use of data has increased rapidly throughout society. While usually associated with worlds of finance and social media, the age of data may have significant impact on how HR professionals are able optimise their workplaces. By using data, HR departments will be better able to measure employment engagement, effectively recruit new staff and predict staff turnover for the Club.

HR is seen by many to be the people-orientated part in any workplace without much focus on numbers or data. However, HR professionals are now able to access an abundance of data relating to the employment and performance of staff in the workplace by using a rostering software.

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How to identify the most effective channels for recruiting

Data can be used to identify the most effective channels for recruiting and to measure the effectiveness of different recruiting strategies. Data can also be used to create job descriptions, identify key competencies required for a role, and conduct predictive analytics to help identify the most promising candidates.

Data may also assist HR professionals in predicting growth opportunities in the Club - using workforce analytics HR leaders can predict times when growth may be beneficial to the Club and respond accordingly.

Understand your HR data

Data can be used to set performance goals, measure progress towards those goals, and provide feedback to employees. HR teams can use this data to evaluate employee performance and identify areas where additional training or support may be needed.

Data analysis relating to employee performance such as key performance indicators, achievement of Club goals or targets and employee absences may be used by HR teams to identify employees who are in need of support and or extra training.

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In addition, by using performance metrics, HR professionals may be able to identify skills gaps and training needs within the Club. HR teams can use data to track the effectiveness of training programs and to measure the impact of training on employee performance. By better understanding the impact of training on staff, Clubs can revaluate their current training programs and look to implement necessary changes.

Identify factors that contribute to employee turnover

HR professionals may also turn to data to identify factors that contribute to employee turnover and to develop strategies to improve employee retention. Data can be a useful tool for HR teams to measure engagement, assess employee satisfaction, and identify areas for improvement. Use our [rostering solution for clubs]( to gain more insights.

By being able to identify trends of employee departures, Clubs can better prepare remedies and solutions to prevent staff turnover. Also, the use of data can be used to mitigate risks in areas such as workers’ compensation claims at the Club.

By using data to identify the areas and individuals of risk relating to workers’ compensation, Clubs can be proactive in implementing preventative measures to minimise workers compensation claims.
## How to measure the diversity of your Club
Data can be used to measure the diversity of the Club and to identify areas for improvement. HR teams can use data to track diversity goals, measure the effectiveness of diversity initiatives, and identify potential barriers to diversity and inclusion in the workplace.

Clubs and their HR departments should look to embrace the use of data in their Clubs to greater optimise the Clubs workforce and ability to adapt to any challenges that may arise in the future.

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