Talent Analysis at Mesotime

Talent Analysis at Mesotime
Case Code: CLHR071
Case Length: 4 Pages
Period: 2019-2020
Pub Date: 2020
Teaching Note: Available
Price: Rs.200
Organization : Mesotime
Industry :Pharmaceuticals & Biotech/
Countries : India
Subject: Human Resource Management
Talent Analysis at Mesotime


Organizations use employee talent analytics to analyze the employee data and gain competitive advantage. All organizations collect employee data for various legal needs and for their own requirements. This case is about Shyam, the People Analytics lead at a small pharmaceutical company called Mesotime. Shyam wanted to make his HR leadership team understand and appreciate the use of HR analytics in employee engagement and the main trends in the workforce. He wanted the leadership team to take remedial steps after a doing a SWOT analysis.


  • To understand employee trends in the workforce
  • To provide recommendations based on SWOT


It was early 2020. Shyam, the People Analytics leader for India-based pharmaceutical company Mesotime, was in his office cabin in Hyderabad, looking unseeingly out of the window. He was worried, thinking about the round table conference in the HR Team earlier that day. Shyam wondered what had happened to the company. His mind went back to those days in the early 1990s when he had joined Mesotime as a young management trainee. He had been full of enthusiasm, eager to learn, always wanting to know more. Over the years, Shyam had seen how data science had changed the way the company operated. In the early 1990s, he used to download data from two different databases, link them, clean the data, and then make inferences about the data. But now, in 2020, all he had to do was click and estimations regarding people who worked in the organization, their engagement levels, and basic employee information were immediately available to him. Shyam was concerned about the present trends that were showing up in the people analysis (Refer to Exhibit I) and wondered why the leaders were not able to look at the trends differently. Or, was it he himself who was not seeing things as they were? Was he making too much of the problems? He sighed. It was going to be a long night of worrying.


Talent Analysis; Employee Trends; HR Analytics; SWOT; Retention; Employee Data; Employee Engagement

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