Measure for Measure: The Evolution of Recruiting Metrics


Operational metrics are no longer enough. To truly understand the impact of this kind of strategic talent acquisition process, organizations are looking to a much broader set of recruiting metrics.

Top 5 HR Analytics Articles: Fall 2016 Edition


This SHRM article reveals the various metrics needed to create workforce simulations, forecasts, and models. The post Top 5 HR Analytics Articles: Fall 2016 Edition appeared first on Visier Inc. At the recent HR Technology Conference , sessions on data-driven HR were standing room only.

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Are You Managing to the Right Metrics?

TLNT: The Business of HR

Wells Fargo is being fined $185,000,000 because employees created about 2,000,000 bogus accounts. To meet performance metrics, that’s why. HR Management Performance Management metricsWe’re at it again. Why would good people do this?

5 Must-Read Talent Acquisition Articles of 2016


This was a recurring theme that we saw in 2016, and thanks to analytics , Talent Acquisition has graduated from a simple candidate filling function to a strategic arm that has a direct correlation to an organization’s bottom line. Measure for Measure: The Evolution of Recruiting Metrics.

Too Much Information: When Metrics Meets Surveillance


What’s the line between workplace metrics, good communication and surveillance? ” As workplace metrics become more detailed, ubiquitous and paired with wearables and other smart tech, discomfort with what can appear to be employee surveillance grows.

The 4 Metrics You Must Track (And What to Do With Them)

TLNT: The Business of HR

Historically, human resources hasn’t exactly been high on the list of departments that make use of metrics. If we in the HR world truly want to create stronger, more productive organizations, it’s time we become metrics evangelists as well.

HR Metrics that will Skyrocket Your Strategic Credibility


Having a solid grasp on HR metrics is the first step in adapting to our data-driven world. In other words, are your HR metrics easily translatable into the language of your business (money)? If not, it may be time to rethink and redesign your HR metrics strategy.

Top 3 Metrics To Track Profitability

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Well, here are three metrics that can be used to track profitability of a project: Employees making profits. It is important that you identify which employees perform well and contribute to the project’s success.

Getting Strategic in 2016

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Yesterday we heard from BLR® Senior Legal Editor Holly Jones, JD, who had some excellent tips on getting your goals strategically oriented for 2016. Refinable goals are those that recognize that, well, things happen. Improving an existing metric by a certain amount or percentage.

Highlights from Deloitte’s Global Human Capital Trends 2016


This week Deloitte University Press released its annual report Global Human Capital Trends 2016 “The new organization: Different by design.”. These are still hot topics in 2016, in fact, so hot that this year’s report separated “culture” and “engagement” into two separate and significant trends. It requires metrics and accountability. The post Highlights from Deloitte’s Global Human Capital Trends 2016 appeared first on The CultureIQ Blog.

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Qualified job candidates per hire: recruiting metrics that matter


While there is plenty of data on offer from key recruitment metrics, interpreting that data in a way that will improve your hiring process is complicated. and why it’s a recruiting metric that matters. Benchmarks and recruiting metrics. Time to hire : The efficiency metric.

Recruitment Must Be Both Good and Fast – Friday Distraction

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Kronos CEO Aron Ain was recently awarded Glassdoor’s Highest Rated CEO recognition for 2016. The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) recently published an article talking about quality of hire being the top metric for human resources.

Highlights from Deloitte’s Global Human Capital Trends 2016


This week Deloitte University Press released its annual report Global Human Capital Trends 2016 “The new organization: Different by design.”. These are still hot topics in 2016, in fact, so hot that this year’s report separated “culture” and “engagement” into two separate and significant trends. It requires metrics and accountability. The post Highlights from Deloitte’s Global Human Capital Trends 2016 appeared first on CultureIQ.

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Key Points from LinkedIn’s Global Recruiting Trends 2016 [Report]


That’s why LinkedIn’s Global Recruiting Trends for 2016 , created by a panel of experts, is a fantastic guide for HR professionals and hiring managers. This suggests that SMBs are shifting toward employee satisfaction as a valuable metric.

Companies Must Identify Engagement Before They Can Impact It

HR Bartender

There isn’t one characteristic or one metric to support the definition of employee engagement, which means there isn’t one action that managers can take to impact engagement. Well, Ultimate Software’s Leadership Actions tool does exactly that.

Two Talent Metrics HR Should Know (and Why It’s Important)


As the lines between marketing and HR continue to blur, talent metrics begin to creep to the forefront of employment success. Having a well-developed employer brand plays just as crucial of a role at your organization as your company brand.

Measure Training Effectiveness by Results, Not Hours

HR Bartender

Of course, that’s not the only training metric or measurement. If you’re done at 4:00p, well…the facilitator needs to keep talking until 4:30p.

Are Your HR Metrics Outdated? Try These Four


When it comes to getting a full, clear view of a modern workplace and the people in it, standard HR metrics—productivity, costs, and turnover—just don’t cut it anymore. Better metrics make managers react proactively—rather than reactively—to changes in workplace culture and employee engagement. That’s not to say that tracking standard metrics is no longer necessary. That’s where the following metrics come into play. Metric 1. Metric 2. Metric 3.

Wellness: The Next Generation

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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.

3 Recruiting Metrics That Don’t Tell the Whole Story


Across the recruiting industry there is a push to become more metrics and data-driven, and that push comes from a logical place: If we don’t hire the people we need, our companies will be understaffed and resource-strapped. To review, KPIs are: Key – Focused on the most important metrics.

Key Metrics Your HRMS should be measuring

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Such software can help HR staff perform a variety of functions, from benefits administration to payroll, as well as recruiting and job training; all in one package. Below are some metrics your HRMS should be measuring. By doing this, HR can see what areas they may need to focus on more to ensure that they are being efficient in their duties, as well as identifying where costs can be cut so that money is not being wasted.

4 Recruiting Challenges that HR Will Face in 2016 (And 4 Proactive Ways to Solve Them)


This trend is likely to be a more immediate concern for companies as they look ahead to 2016. Companies that employ staff in these fields should not be surprised if employee turnover increases in 2016, as talent seeks different job opportunities.

The questions your key recruitment metrics need to answer


Hiring metrics, reports and Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) are only as useful as the questions they answer about your business. So, before we talk about the myriad of hiring metrics we can measure and plot in recruiting, let’s take a moment to think about what we’re trying to learn and why. You need to know how good you are at finding and attracting qualified people, also known as recruitment metrics analysis. Pipeline metrics will give you a lot to think about.

How to Use Google Analytics to Measure Mobile Recruiting

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If you’re already using a mobile-optimized applicant tracking system , you may very well already have access to a robust analytics dashboard that allows you to evaluate the behavior and source of your job portal visitors. Initial Questions for Mobile Recruitment Metrics.

7 HR Trends That Will Continue to Make Headlines in 2016


It appears that many of these issues will continue to be top of mind in 2016, as well. The final rules are expected to be issued in early 2016 and they will become effective 60 to 120 days after they are announced. This is expected to be published in 2016.

Let’s Redefine Employee Engagement in 2016


That’s why it’s time to ditch those well-used annual engagement surveys and redefine how you view and measure employee engagement. Prioritizing wellness. Individual health, financial security, and mental well-being are among the personal factors that can affect professional engagement.

5 Business Buzzwords to Leave Behind in 2016


Growth hackers are, essentially, marketers who specialize in social metrics and analysis. Well, your true north is growth and you can call yourself a hacker of it. I am a great hater of buzzwords.

The Reason Companies Should Calculate Cost Per Hire

HR Bartender

Personally, I’m a big fan of the cost per hire metric. Internal recruiting costs include salary and benefits for everyone involved in the recruiting process as well as recruiting software, etc. According to SHRM, the average cost per hire in 2016 was $4,129.

How To Reduce Employee Turnover with Workforce Analytics


With voluntary resignations at an all-time high and unemployment rates historically low, employee retention is a key objective for most HR organizations, and employee turnover is the single most prevalent HR metric. These metrics help you accomplish this task: Resignation Rate.

A new way to measure the return on your wellness program investment

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One of the biggest of criticisms of workplace wellness programs is the fact that it’s difficult (if not impossible) to determine the dollars-and-cents Return On Investment (ROI). As a result, employers are turning to another metric to gauge the overall success of their wellness programs. .

Analytics Must Be HR’s Top Priority To Be Strategic


And that approach served HR executives well. A 2016 survey of CEOs by the prestigious Conference Board revealed that the #1 business challenge facing corporations (for the second year in a row) is how we manage our Human Capital.

Top 16 Blog Posts of 2016


Forward-thinking HR and business leaders are focusing more on metrics related to employee well-being and happiness, in addition to traditional satisfaction or engagement. But how do we define happiness and well-being? Top 16 Blog Posts of 2016 Click To Tweet.

The 5 Key Job Application Metrics You Need to Know


06/16/2017 // By tracy kelly // recruitment metrics. Here are the five job application metrics every recruiter needs to know to help improve the candidate experience. Attract qualified talent with well-written job descriptions that help candidates understand the role, and track applicant counts to find out when to modify your talent acquisition strategy and recruitment marketing efforts. Track how many applications are completed, as well as how many are started.

3 HR Metrics That Matter


I asked human resources experts to weigh in on the HR metrics that matter most, and why. #1 L uckily, there are many convenient productivity measures, says Langbert, who adds that these measures may combine using HR metrics with other analytics, such as sales. Labor productivity is a critical HR metric because it encompasses several important aspects of human resources. However, honing in on just these three HR metrics can positively impact your company’s bottom line.

Employee Performance Depends On These 3 Critical Factors


3) Managers set objectives and key results ( MBOs /OKRs) as well as determine which key performance indicators (KPIs) they will track that align individual employees and teams around the company mission, vision, and objectives.

Average Time to Fill = 42 Days according to SHRM Survey – So What ?


Thus for the purposes of this discussion, I will use my definition of the “time to fill” metric which is the point at which no one is performing the job to when a person arrives at work to perform the job. Is it a metric that is relevant to the business?

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9 Experts Share the Best Hiring Advice They Learned in 2016


This reminds me how essential it is to be well-researched before an initial phone call with a sourced candidate. Metrics are great but they aren’t the only measure of success. Share in the comments the best hiring advice you learned in 2016. Word of mouth is a powerful thing.