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Big Data Doesn't Mean 'Big Brother' (Implications for Asia)

For employers in Asia-Pacific, the next generation of human capital analytics may be a means of managing highly pressing employee issues prevalent in the region, such as rapid compensation growth and high employee attrition rates. Human capital leaders in Asia should insist that their organizations build stronger capabilities in human capital analytics by reaching out to stakeholders, navigating data protection regulations, and garnering employee trust. To embark on human capital analytics, employers in Asia must navigate variations in local data protection regulations, as well as differences in societal attitudes toward data privacy.

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