HR Analytics Practitioner Course

Devam Malhotra
Technical Skills
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  • 30 hour duration
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HR Managers must align HR data and initiatives to the organization’s strategic goals. Understanding of HR analytics enables HR professionals to make data-driven decisions to attract, manage, and retain employees, which improves ROI. It helps HR managers and leaders make informed decisions to create better work environment and maximize employee productivity. It has a major impact on the bottom-line when used effectively. Positive Vibes HR Analytics Practitioner Course enables HR professionals to analyse data using statistical tools and derive useful insights from the analyzed data to make informed decisions and add more value to the business.


At Positive Vibes, our endeavor is to design courses that deliver true and real value to participants. Keeping in line with this philosophy, the course USP’s are:

  • Live sessions with expert faculty with over 15 years of management consulting experience
  • Case study driven pedagogy
  • Rich analytical exercises using real life scenarios
  • Live assignment presentation
  • Feedback in small groups
  • Peer based learning and networking
  • No requirement of mathematical or statistical expertise


  • HR professionals who wish to utilize data analytics to take data driven decisions
  • HR Analytics professionals who wish to enhance their skills further
  • Aspiring HR Managers / Executives with an experience profile of 2 year or more


This course draws from our 30+ years of collective experience across the HR domain, Management Consulting and Industry and aims at developing analytical skills which will help HR professionals to conduct comprehensive analysis of data to develop and streamline their HR policies and strategic decisions of organisation. HR analytics entails data-based understanding
and management of employees in an organization. It enables data-driven decisions about people’s issues in an organization. The topics covered under this course include not just descriptive, prescriptive and predictive analysis; but would also enable the understanding of the various forms of employeerelated data available in an organization and their contribution to informed decision-making. Rich use of examples and selected short videos stimulate participants to think beyond the norm and out of the box. Case study work in small teams allows participants to perform analysis and devise architectures and strategies. Teams compete and learn from each other before experiencing another facet of the challenge. Real-life corporate examples allow ample exploration of concepts and alternatives while providing continuity and context.

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