Experts say that predictive analytics in the office will catch on like a wildfire within the next few years, empowering employers to better hone their workforce. (Photo: iStock)

Large companies now harness data to assess employees’ productivity, but in the future they might use it to anticipate an employee’s performance before he/she has even done any work.

That is one of a number of insights into emerging analytical technology in a recent article by Steve Bates of the Society for Human Resource Management.

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