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The Case for Sharing — and Understanding — Human Capital Metrics

Cornerstone On Demand

Yet when evaluating a given company's worth, investors still rely on performance metrics that largely ignore an organization's brainpower. No wonder universal talent metrics are a touchy subject. Outside pressure and reporting initiatives aside, HR departments must learn to measure, share and explain the human capital metrics that matter to their businesses. Discussion and analysis to explain the metrics.

Cost-per-hire metrics, demystified

Workable

Cost-per-hire (CPH) is one of the most intriguing recruiting metrics. The way companies calculated cost-per-hire varied until HR leaders created a standard formula in 2012. Cost-per-hire calcuations don’t include any costs after employees are hired, e.g. training costs. SHRM and ANSI define this additional cost-per-hire metric. This metric can be more useful than CPH. Companies that use this metric consistently, have its one great advantage in mind.

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Boundary Theory, Work/Life Balance and Mindfulness

WorkHuman

Many of us dismiss the notion of mindfulness as sort of a squishy, new-age idea—and one that perhaps doesn’t have an awful lot to do with building an effective work culture or any of the metrics that rule our HR lives, like retention or engagement. But turns out that training some sort of mindfulness might be just the tool we need to help our employees effectively build emotional boundaries between work and life, even while all the edges are blurred by our 24/7 working lives.

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Build Your Brand and Candidates Will Follow

Cielo HR Leader

Further, the firm’s Facebook fans increased 72%, its LinkedIn group members increased 60% and its Twitter followers increased 17% from June 2012 to June 2013. The firm offers a multifaceted onboarding process, including: Training to ensure the relevant stakeholders — HR, hiring managers and business leaders — all understand their role in the onboarding process. Metrics, including surveys of new hires, attrition rates and other forms of feedback to measure the company’s success.

HR in the hospitality sector: Part 1

Sage HRMS

trillion in spending in 2012, and the industry's main subsectors – accommodations, air travel and food/beverage services – only continue to thrive. The orientation and training process. For employee engagement ideas , ask your recent hires what the most and least effective elements of their training were and update your program based on that. The hospitality industry is growing. It's not just a talking point – it's the truth.

Personal Disruption: Shaking Up Your Life For Good

SAP Innovation

A great example of this is Pluralsight, the online training library for developer and IT professionals. million in 2007 through its in-classroom offer, in 2008, the company began offering training online. CEO Aaron Skonnard had to make a decision: Shore up live training in the hopes of riding both revenue streams, or put approximately 50% of its revenue out to pasture and bet on the online horse. million in 2011, and more than doubled to $12 million in 2012.

Ten years after self-reflection

Thrive Global

The blog then became a voluntary project aimed at training people to do the same I was doing. Together we won three times The Topblog Brazil Awards in the Marketing category, in 2011, 2012 and 2015. So in 2012, I went for a career change and started from scratch the work of a junior business consultant for a franchise company in Sao Paulo.

What does an effective performance management strategy look like?

cipHR

This approach not only served to foster a sense of internal competition that made collaboration and team-working difficult, many companies realised that it was a waste of valuable time ( Deloitte calculated it was spending 2 million hours a year on performance management), and that Managers and employees hated it (a 2015 Willis Towers Watson survey found that 45% of managers didn’t value their company’s performance management system). This article was first published in October 2012.

Digital Addiction Or Habit?

EverFi - HR

Users can receive real-time metrics that track how much time they have spent on specific apps and tasks. Technology users have also turned to meditation and mindfulness training. These young people, born between 1995 and 2015, represent a cohort that has had access to the internet and other digital technologies since birth.

Wellness Programs that Make An Impact

HR Daily Advisor

To our knowledge, this is the first study to demonstrate significant improvements in multiple quality of life metrics with a 2.5-day immersive worksite-based intervention with employees.”. A growing body of evidence also demonstrates that purpose in life is tied to psychological health [7] , biological health indicators [8] , longevity [9] , preventative self-care [10] and health care utilization metrics such as length of hospital stays10 , [11]. [1] 2012;16. [2]

How to Sell Employee Recognition to a Skeptical Executive

Bonusly

Turnover costs add up quickly : lost knowledge, lower productivity, overworked remaining staff, recruitment and training… it can cost you twice the salary of each employee who leaves. Most organizations (42 percent of those surveyed by WorldatWork in 2015) budget 0.3 Bersin by Deloitte reported spending was closer to one percent in 2012. Two thirds of employees don’t believe senior leadership supports recognition programs.

New Research on Cutting-Edge Performance Management: What Are We Learning?

Compensation Cafe

The Harvard Business Review alone published four articles in 2015 (one in print, three online) on cutting-edge performance management – this from a journal that has published only a few articles on performance management in its entire history. He returned to the Center for Effective Organizations in 2012; he was a key contributor there from 1982-1998.

Bonnie Crater: “Set the company culture right from the beginning”

Thrive Global

In 2013, Bonnie was named one of the “100 Most Influential Women” by the Silicon Valley Business Journal, in 2015 the Sales Lead Management Association named her one of the “20 Women to Watch” and in 2016 Diversity Journal honored her as one of the “Women Worth Watching.” That’s what lead my three other founders and I to start Full Circle Insights in 2010 when we discovered a technical solution to building funnel metrics and attribution solutions for Salesforce customers.