01 Jun

How Correlations Can Fool You: The Hidden Dangers of Non-Linearity

knitr::opts_chunk$set(echo = TRUE) library(wesanderson) #color palettes library(dplyr) #tidyverse to make our lives better library(fMultivar) wp <- wes_palette("Darjeeling1") #specific color palettes Correlations are the simplest and...

11 May

A Simple Model with Major Insights on Selection Bias

I mentioned earlier that I have been reading (and rereading) Scott Page’s masterful book “The Model Thinker”. If you are serious about understanding models and...

27 Apr

How to Avoid Aggregation Errors and Simpson’s Paradox In HR Analytics: Part 2

In our previous post we described the basic premise of Simpson’s Paradox: aggregate data and see one trend, separate your analyses and see another. Today...

20 Apr

How to Avoid Aggregation Errors and Simpson’s Paradox in HR Analytics: Part 1

Recently I’ve been reading Scott Page’s masterful book “The Model Thinker”. It’s full of powerful insights so in this and future posts, I will be...

13 Apr

How To Make A Turnover Reporting Template

In previous posts I’ve covered how to calculate and breakdown turnover data in your organization. Today I want to provide you a very basic R...

06 Apr

How to Break Down Your Turnover Data

Breaking Down Turnover In previous posts and video tutorials we covered how to calculate turnover from your raw HR data. Today, I’m going show you...

30 Mar

Predictive HR Analytics: How to Build a Basic Logistic Regression Model

Overview In our previous post, we explained the basics of logistic regression, what it is, what it does, and why you should care. In today’s...

17 Aug

Webinar: Calculating Employee Turnover, Part 2

In partnership with my friends at AIHR. Questions, comments, and suggestions are welcome.

17 Aug

Webinar: Calculating Employee Turnover, Part 1

In partnership with my friends at AIHR. Comments, questions, and suggestions are welcome.

08 May

Reproducible HR Analytics, Part 2

In the previous post I talked about the value of reproducible research and provided a bare-bones introduction to R Markdown, a great vehicle for combining...

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25 Apr

Reproducible HR Analytics, Part 1

One of the most common challenges in HR analytics (and really analytics) is understanding and reconstructing work you did before. In the moment of creation,...

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