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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. Discussion and analysis to explain the metrics.

Five Awesome Recruitment Metrics for Tech Innovation Success (How to Link Workforce Metrics With Business Outcomes, Part One)

Visier

The first in a four-part series on linking workforce metrics to business outcomes, this post looks at five indispensable recruitment optimization measures that will help you move the needle on tech innovation — without breaking the bank.

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HR Metrics – Connecting Goals to Organizational Strategy

New to HR

Human Resource Metrics are a crucial way of analyzing the successes and failures of your department’s outreach, influence, programs and processes. Allow your metric data to guide you financially and highlight your best talent, serving as proof of your impact and a record of progress.

How To Build a Successful Mentoring Program

HR Bartender

One last thing to consider is developing the metrics for evaluating the mentoring program. So the metrics should correspond to those goals. Measures of organizational impact are those metrics that help the organization achieve their goals.

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How You Can Become a Simply Irresistible Organization

HR Bartender

The articles talk about developing outstanding products, killer marketing strategies, and focusing on metrics and numbers. In the report Deloitte Global Human Capital Trends 2015, you tell us that the number one talent issues are engagement, retention and culture.

Cost-per-hire metrics, demystified

Workable

Cost-per-hire (CPH) is one of the most intriguing recruiting metrics. Cost-per-hire calcuations don’t include any costs after employees are hired, e.g. training costs. For example, it includes job board fees but excludes immigration expenses.

How to Create a Data-Driven Workplace

Cornerstone On Demand

From increasing leadership effectiveness to analyzing employee performance to developing training for increased customer loyalty, the impact of a data-driven culture runs far and wide. " Lead by Example.

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How to Ensure HR Activities and Metrics Align with Company Objectives

HR Daily Advisor

Aligning HR activities and metrics with company objectives isn’t just prudent. Here are a few of the many ways that the HR team can ensure that HR activities and metrics align with company objectives: Train managers to cascade goals to the next level, modifying as appropriate.

Skills-Based Volunteering Boosts Engagement: 3 Ways to Make It Work

Cornerstone On Demand

He cites PepsiCorps , a corporate skills-based volunteering program from PepsiCo, as a prime example. Clear Objectives and Metrics: Without clear goals and ways to measure their success, it’s hard for program managers to receive continued internal support.

How Wearable Sensors Measure Employee Happiness and Productivity

Cornerstone On Demand

It's just one example of how the nascent field of people analytics can allow managers to use facts — not gut feelings — to make decisions. Even if companies believe the metrics, it doesn’t tell them why — or how to change anything.

The HR Leadership Revolution — Will You Thrive?

Visier

A February 2015 study — conducted by Harris Poll on behalf of Visier — surveyed 301 corporate executives at companies with revenue of $1 billion or more across America and asked about sought-after HR leadership skills. Consider recruitment as an example.

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Use 'The Interruption Strategy' to Tackle the Diversity Gap

Cornerstone On Demand

In her Harvard Business Review article, “ Hacking Tech's Diversity Problem ," Williams introduces a new metric-based approach to increasing and retaining diverse employees in organizations. “The Interruption Strategy" aims to break what she calls the “diversity industrial complex" — the common approach of making a few token hires, implementing sensitivity training, creating mentoring programs and other similar vague changes.

A New Definition of Employee Engagement: Think Of It Like Your Health

Grovo HR

Use whatever metrics you want to measure it, but keep in mind that no one data point totally captures the essence of engagement. “My employees love outdated training too!” It’s possible for some unthinkably terrible office to suffer from “zero” engagement, for example.

Four Questions Strategic HR Pros Ask to Drive a Culture of Ethics in Financial Services

Visier

How to Link Workforce Metrics With Business Outcomes, Part Four. Goldman Sachs, for example, put senior managers on compulsory courses to make them think about ethics. To some, workplace culture is about as real as corporate pixie dust.

Strategic HRM (HR Carnival)

UpstartHR

I’d love to hear some examples, simple ones, of how people actually put this stuff into practice. David Richter from OctopusHR offers a great case study into how the HR team aligned training goals with the organizational strategy (with some excellent results).

How HR Can Tackle Diversity Using the Rooney Rule

Visier

In August 2015, the need for more workforce diversity was spotlighted in a big way when President Obama issued a call to action to technology companies, encouraging them to hire more women and minorities by implementing the Rooney Rule. Metric to watch: Diversity of interviewed candidates.

Make Your Presentation Relevant: Sample Metrics for the C-Suite Audience

HR Daily Advisor

In yesterday’s Advisor, we shared tips on presenting HR metrics to the C-suite from guest columnist and business consultant Bridget Miller. Today, Miller elaborates on specific metrics that may be of interest to your executive team. What metrics should you present? To decide on proper metrics, the HR team will need to assess the needs of their organization and meet with their executive team in advance to be on the same page in terms of what is important to each team member.

How JetBlue Created a Data-Driven Workplace

Cornerstone On Demand

From increasing leadership effectiveness to analyzing employee performance to developing training for increased customer loyalty, the impact of a strong analytics program runs far and wide. How does the AME team use data to inform training initiatives?

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Culture Initiatives to Inspire Innovation at Work

CultureIQ

For example, the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) notes four steps for creating a high-performance company culture through change: Step 1—Motivate Change. Seize industry-related learning opportunities and trainings to help employees think outside of the box.

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The Beginner’s Guide to Championing a Data-Driven Culture Within HR

Visier

Take recruiting concerns, for example. For example, if you are in a leadership role, you need the capability to answer new and comprehensive questions and consider key actions. It can feel like preparing for a trip up Mount Everest.

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The Riveting Headcount Story That Can’t Be Ignored: Bringing HR Numbers to Life, Part 2

Visier

Here is an example: Our North American product development team is a fundamental driver of our business success. focus on training. Ultimately, telling the right story with data-driven visuals helps communicate the overall impact of key metrics within any critical part of a business.

How Workforce Analytics Can Take You Beyond The Clock

nettime solutions

When applied to the HR world, workforce analytics help HR staff analyze data relating to productivity levels, performance, if training is effective, and can even predict turnover. These metrics are derived from: Performance. Completed training and certifications.

How HR Metrics Help You Make Smarter Decisions

SAP Innovation

The future of HR metrics is predictive, but that’s not fully ready yet. As a simple example: imagine if a candidate has a year gap on their CV. Predictive HR metrics. One of the best examples of a company using analytics to get better at what they do is Xerox.

How HR Metrics Help You Make Smarter Decisions

SAP Innovation

The future of HR metrics is predictive, but that’s not fully ready yet. As a simple example: imagine if a candidate has a year gap on their CV. Predictive HR metrics. One of the best examples of a company using analytics to get better at what they do is Xerox.

The Wonders of a 6-Hour Workday

HR Daily Advisor

A good example of this situation is for nurses. In this example, one major benefit was found in improved patient care because the nursing staff was well-rested and better able to attend to patient needs. Do you feel overwhelmed with the number of metrics at your fingertips?

Company Culture Code, Mission Statement, Core Values: What’s the Difference?

CultureIQ

Understand metrics, but make human decisions. Having a written culture code also comes in handy for training and recruiting. Here are some helpful visual examples: Asana Culture Code. ©iStockphoto.com/ belchonock. Mission statement, core values, company culture code.

The HR Leadership Revolution — Will You Thrive?

Visier

A February 2015 study — conducted by Harris Poll on behalf of Visier — surveyed 301 corporate executives at companies with revenue of $1 billion or more across America and asked about sought-after HR leadership skills. Consider recruitment as an example.

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5 Must-Have Metrics for Recruitment Success

TalentCulture

These metrics just won’t cut it in a place like Silicon Valley, where skills and expertise (quality) trumps fast and cheap. Remember: For all these metrics there is a spectrum in terms of success. Must-have recruitment metric #2: Offer acceptance rate.

The Beginner’s Guide to Championing a Data-Driven Culture Within HR

Visier

Take recruiting concerns, for example. For example, if you are in a leadership role, you need the capability to answer new and comprehensive questions and consider key actions. It can feel like preparing for a trip up Mount Everest.

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The Key to Strategic HR: You Must Be a Strong, Capable Business Partner

TLNT: The Business of HR

Understand the business metrics (such as profit, margin, ROI, free cash flow productivity) and what drives them. For example, if your company uses Total Shareholder Return (TSR ) as a key performance metric, the HR leader should know the specific metrics that drive TSR.

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5 Steps to Creating a Merit Matrix

Compensation Today

Examine the potential performance ratings (in our example, we’ll use ratings 1 through 5) and estimate the percentage of employees you believe will receive each type of rating. In the example above, we are anticipating that 15% of employees with receive a rating of 5.

what to say to an employee who’s requesting too much time off, training the person who’s taking your job, and more

Ask a Manager

I am working on establishing these metrics with them and getting to know how they work. Sit down and tell her that she does good work but that she needs to present herself with more professional polish, and then give her specific examples of what you’d like her to do differently (explain what topics aren’t appropriate, that freely burping around others isn’t professional, etc.). We have to train the person who will be taking our jobs. It’s five answers to five questions.

10 Rules for Employee Retention Your Competition Will Hate

Insperity

All the time and money you spent hiring, training and growing your people suddenly becomes a gift to your competition. These metrics will help you give your employees clear direction and ensure their work stays on track. For example, I.T.-based No one said break-ups were easy.

Does Your Company Walk the Talk? More Results of Our Employment Branding Survey

HR Daily Advisor

391 participants responded to the Employment Branding Survey, conducted in June 2015. A minority (43.7%) of respondents try to limit negative comments shared publicly by current employees, and they are most likely to attempt this by policy (60.7%) over training (48.7%) or request (37.6%).

Organizations Have Needs, Too—A Hierarchy for HR Professionals

HR Daily Advisor

Basic metrics and reporting, budgets, compensation plans, performance review tools, and communication systems are all examples of organizational infrastructure. For example, take an organization that does not, as a rule, deal with internal performance issues. By Amanda C.

4 Steps to Turning Your Expense Data into a Powerful Asset

Insperity

In a 2015 study by PayStream Advisors , 56 percent of businesses said that cost reduction is their top focus for improvement this year, while 41 percent said overall process automation was among their goals. Here are a few examples: Compare actual spend to budget.

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BICCs And BI Metrics – Measuring What Matters

SAP Innovation

What metrics should you use measure your BI program? Related metrics could include end –user satisfaction ratings, number of self service workers and number of BI services available. The repository supports training, support and also efficiency gains. Other metrics.

Why Measuring Employee Happiness Is A Huge Mistake [SLIDESHARE]

SAP Innovation

What about questions regarding training? Here are the 10 metrics that are proven to have the biggest impact on employee engagement: Happiness. Personal growth is the most important metric of them all to be measuring and optimizing.

Employee Training: HR Learns From Elementary School Educators

SAP Innovation

21 st Century learning metrics. Of course, corporate learning requires a different kind of metric than school-age curriculum. For more creative approaches to corporate training, see How To Impact Training The Right Way.

Executive Compensation 101: What to Consider

HR Daily Advisor

For example, individual motivation and retention goals must be balanced against the company’s need to be profitable and stay within budget. Other metrics?). Is your company bringing a new executive on board sometime soon? How do you decide the appropriate level of compensation?