Author(s): Oladipupo, O. O., & Olubusayo, F. H.
Every organization is interested in the contribution of the employee to the bottom line of the organization. Therefore, the level of employee engagement becomes paramount in driving organizational overall performance. The objective of this study is to assess different dimensions of HR analytics and how they can be leveraged for better-quality engagement of the employee in the manufacturing industry. The study used different reports from secondary data context as published in reputable journals. Information gathered within the scope of the study was theoretically analyzed and discussed in line with the objective of the study. The purpose is to find out if HR analytics dimensions adopted in manufacturing firms contribute to employees’ engagement. The findings revealed that HR analytics contribute considerably to the level at which employees are engaged. Therefore, organizations should leverage HR analytics dimension for improved job engagement. The study also proposed a model that can be tested empirically to determine the level of influence between HR analytics dimension and employee engagement.