The New Recruiting Metric: First Year Retention

UpstartHR

Today I want to talk about first year retention, a measure that I believe is going to continue to grow as a recruiting metric, even though many companies wouldn’t consider it even remotely linked to recruiting as of today. What do you think of first year retention as a metric?

Five Must-Have Manager Effectiveness Metrics for Engagement, Performance, and Tech Innovation Success

Visier

How to Link Workforce Metrics With Business Outcomes, Part Two. The second in a four-part series on linking workforce metrics to business outcomes, this post looks at five key metrics for manager effectiveness that will help your organization motivate talented people.

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Five Must-Have Manager Effectiveness Metrics for Engagement, Performance, and Tech Innovation Success

Visier

How to Link Workforce Metrics With Business Outcomes, Part Two. The second in a four-part series on linking workforce metrics to business outcomes, this post looks at five key metrics for manager effectiveness that will help your organization motivate talented people.

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. William Tincup, one of the leading thinkers in HR, expressed the “recruitment paradox” well with this tweet: Do we recruit who we want to retain?

The 10 Company Culture Metrics You Should Be Tracking Right Now

CultureIQ

And everyone loves metrics. Therefore, when searching for culture metrics, it makes sense to follow the lead of companies that have had consistent financial and operational success, or in business jargon, high-performance companies. Using these qualities as metrics to track, business leaders can finally understand whether their company is on the path to culture success. Wellness. Workplace wellness encompasses the mental and physical health of employees.

Leaving the Present in the Past

HRchitect

Then, look at the big picture metrics such as FTEs involved, cycle times, and quality for the entire process. This will be time well spent. He joined HRchitect in 2015 as a senior consultant and advises clients on HR technology strategy, selection, and implementation.

Business Travel: Who Keeps the Points [poll]

HR Bartender

Related posts from HR Bartender: Corporate Culture: Small Changes Create Big Results – #RethinkTheDailyGrind Corporate Culture: Your Company Is a Community Performance Metrics: Beyond the Numbers. Business and Customers Recruiting and Retention Well-Being and Wellness business

Increased Use of Metrics, Incentives among 2017 Wellness Program Trends

HR Daily Advisor

An increased use of metrics, incentive and wearables are three trends in wellness programs according to a survey conducted among 8,000 of America’s Healthiest Employers, a leading independent recognition program for U.S.

Recruiting Software Solutions: the Best of 2015

HR Daily Advisor

This algorithm supposedly creates an unbiased list of the best software recruiting solutions available in 2015. Start on Wednesday, November 18, 2015, with a new interactive webinar— Hiring Mr. or Ms. The overall score is a broad metric, but it clearly ranks the top 5 companies.

Which Talent Metric Are You Routinely Hung Out to Dry For?

The HR Capitalist

Ah yes - metrics. HR needs to be more metrics driven, right? So answer this question: "Which talent metric are you routinely hung out to dry for?". Well, all positions aren't created equal, which is why I would encourage you to follow up any Time to Fill reporting with some recruiting funnel data - what I'll call the " Show/Interview/Hire ' statement. You get hung out to dry for some of the widely accepted metrics that are out there.

Convincing the CEO Isn’t as Difficult As You Think

HR Bartender

I’ve mentioned a couple of times that I’m going to London for Tucana’s HR Change & Transformation conference on October 13-14, 2015. I think I’ve mentioned this story before but it fits so well here. They used metrics and numbers and return on investment.

Everything #HR Needs to Know About User Experience (UX)

HR Bartender

UX is about much more than just aesthetics, it’s about how well a solution works. Rooted in design engineering disciplines, UX is a careful mixture of art and science that focuses on using objective metrics from real end-users to help drive design decisions.

You Should Always Be #Recruiting – Friday Distraction

HR Bartender

I’ve always found the time to fill metric useful. So when I saw this Time Well Spent cartoon from our friends at Kronos , I knew I had to share.

What’s Your Recruiting Competitive Advantage

HR Bartender

And we’re seeing some of the effects with increased time to fill metrics. And make sure everyone in the organization knows it as well. I’ve mentioned a few times recently that the hiring market has shifted to the candidate.

Sold Out: A Lesson on Event Content (and the Future of HR)

UpstartHR

SOLD OUT – #707: HR Metrics that Matter: The Process of Developing a Business Scorecard It made me stop and think, especially in light of some of the conversations I had with others at the event about what sort of content was being offered.

‘Time to Fill’—Worst Metric Ever?

HR Daily Advisor

Since “Time to Fill” is a metric determined by how much time hiring managers (HMs) take to fill a position, it’s a terrible measure of recruiter productivity. Recruiting is a challenge for 2015. Contract well and live up to their side of the bargain.

Your Data Isn’t Magic – Friday Distraction

HR Bartender

I couldn’t help but laugh at this Time Well Spent cartoon from our friends at Kronos. One of the things we’ve realized over time is that looking at metrics is hard to do. Well, there’s so much data available to us today that we need to know what’s good and what’s garbage.

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What’s Your Most Useful Metric? More Results of Our HR Metrics Survey

HR Daily Advisor

In yesterday’s Advisor , we shared some of the results of our nationwide survey on HR metrics. 604 individuals participated in the HR Daily Advisor ’s HR Metrics Survey, conducted in April 2015. Compensation-Related Metrics. Benefits and Metrics.

Stop Wasting Time Measuring HR Data

UpstartHR

If you’re gathering data for the sake of gathering data, then you are wasting time and resources, and you’re probably harming your credibility as well. General MetricsPlease. For goodness sake, please stop measuring HR data. See, I know why you’re doing it.

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Top 30 Blogging4Jobs Posts of 2015: #1-15

Workology

We are counting down Blogging4Jobs’ top 30 posts of 2015. But when it comes to the nitty gritty of social recruiting, well, it’s less clear – just how do you craft a Facebook post that will attract the candidates you want?

Last Thoughts on 2015’s Best Software Recruiting Solutions

HR Daily Advisor

See yesterday’s Advisor for the metrics, so far, discussed. The metrics, so far, paint an incomplete picture. Surely, we know which service got an overall high score, as well as which services did well based on the features each offered.

Talent Acquisition Systems Effect on the Candidate Pipeline

HRchitect

Access to social media outlets, company branding, workforce planning, advanced metrics, easier integrations and more. He joined HRchitect in 2013 as a Regional Sales Manager, and leads the sales efforts in the 15 state central region of the US as well as central Canada.

Changing is NOT Transforming!

Cornerstone On Demand

Well, let me ask you this, does the caterpillar become a better caterpillar or a butterfly? This differentiation is crucial when undergoing any kind of alteration because each requires similar as well as different components for success.

Choosing the Proper Team Members

HRchitect

They can help disseminate information to all who will be impacted by the new system, as well as engaging management in helping remove obstacles, put closure to outstanding decisions and support change. Michael has also given talks regarding reporting and HR metrics at a variety of conferences.

Cost-to-Hire: Don’t Spend $100s to Earn Pennies

Cornerstone On Demand

According to the Brandon Hall Group , the majority of organizations have a very limited grasp on true cost-to-hire metrics — especially for poor hires. How often do you make bad hires? If you're like 95 percent of other organizations (of any size), you make bad hires every year.

How to Build a Talent Pipeline with Social Media Content Marketing

Cornerstone On Demand

Before and after work and weekends work well. Using tools like Buffer and Hootsuite, you can easily track your metrics around your objectives. Then, you can use insights from your social media metrics to drive the content of your email marketing.

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Quality of hire metrics improve recruiting

Sage HRMS

If the company hires people with certain experiences who perform well, they should seek similar attributes in their next candidate. Tenure will likely be a part of the criteria, but companies should also measure performance-based metrics, such as revenue generated, independently of tenure.

Workplace Wellness Programs: Are They Really Worth the Investment?

Insperity

Workplace wellness programs can bring both benefits and liabilities into your organization. Why workplace wellness? Promoting wellness as a way to contain rising costs of healthcare has been researched extensively, but the verdict remains unclear.

Wellness: The Next Generation

HRO Today

Investing in a holistic well-being benefits strategy is a win-win for employees and employers alike. Wellness has become a popular catchphrase. Employers are now truly seeing how well-being is contributing to organizational effectiveness and the bottom line, if only indirectly.

HR’s Most Controversial Articles of 2015

marenated HR

2015 was a year for uncovering some faulty practices and making some pretty clever, yet controversial analogies. I’ve put together the top posts (IMHO) that stuck out to me in 2015. The question is: Does this application to the world of work really, well… work?

HR’s Most Controversial Articles of 2015

marenated HR

2015 was a year for uncovering some faulty practices and making some pretty clever, yet controversial analogies. I’ve put together the top posts (IMHO) that stuck out to me in 2015. The question is: Does this application to the world of work really, well… work?

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.

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

Grovo HR

I think a more accurate idea of engagement can be drawn through a metaphor to physical well-being. Use whatever metrics you want to measure it, but keep in mind that no one data point totally captures the essence of engagement. What exactly is employee engagement?

Fact or hype: Do predictive workforce analytics actually work?

Visier

The bottom line can be hit further by spending on well intended, but misapplied, retention tactics, such as raises, bonuses, and/or promotions — put in place by HR and/or managers in an attempt to prevent resignations. This one is for you, Bill Kutik.

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. Asking this question will yield a metric that reveals how many employees had more than one direct supervisor in the previous year, as a percentage of headcount.

Breaking the (HR) Rules: Making Friends at Work

UpstartHR

It was a great experience, and I love taking notes from other speakers throughout the day as well. Via @DawnHBurke #alshrm15 — Ben Eubanks (@beneubanks) May 20, 2015 You Need Friends at Work Let’s go with someone reputable, like Gallup , to make this argument.

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How to Recover From a Decade of Lost Employee Engagement

Cornerstone On Demand

Interestingly, a 2014 survey of HR leaders found the top three methods currently used to promote engagement are recognition, work-life balance and wellness. In the survey, retention was the most frequently used metric to gauge the effectiveness of engagement programs.