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Employee Retention: Tomorrow’s Recruiting Metric

Lighthouse

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. Once I had amassed the data, I started analyzing.

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.

Futureproof Your Organization with These 8 Manager Effectiveness Metrics

Visier

Whether your organization is ready to adapt these new roles or wishes to coach current managers to be more effective, this updated article provides the key metrics you need to measure their success by. . Here are two distinct sets of metrics for each type of manager.

How To Link Recruiting Metrics To Business Outcomes

Cornerstone On Demand

According to LinkedIn's 2017 Global Recruiting Trends Report , "quality of hire" is the top recruiting metric that hiring managers care about—and for good reason. Quality of hire is also arguably the best metric to demonstrate the effectiveness of the recruiting department and its value as a strategic business function. As you help grow a company by recruiting talented individuals, you enjoy the satisfaction of a job well done.

How to Improve Recruiter Efficiency By Slaying Dirty Data Issues

Visier

But getting this data from your ATS can be a struggle , one that can be hindered not only by expensive and lengthy data warehouse projects and consultations, but also the dreaded “dirty data.”. Talent Acquisition is Plagued by Monster Data Issues.

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7 More Fascinating Employee Engagement Trends For 2017

15Five

Here is what the experts are saying we can expect for employee engagement in 2017: 1) Employee Engagement Will Grow…Slowly. 3) Data Focused Management and HR . This often takes the form of software platforms where employees are asked metrics-based questions.

6 Steps for Making Smart Decisions With Wearables Data

Visier

Several years ago, data gathered from sociometric badges (wearable devices equipped with sensors) revealed something interesting about the Bank of America’s call center employees: those with the fastest “average call handling time” were also the most social. Step 4: Gather your data.

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Reduce Gender Bias Using Data-Driven Performance Reviews

Visier

When everything is working well, System 1 — the intuitive response system (defined as a cluster of mental shortcuts) — will call on System 2 — the domain of conscious thought — for help only when needed. Overcoming Gender Bias with Data.

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How to Improve Recruiter Efficiency By Slaying Dirty Data Issues

Visier

But getting this data from your ATS can be a struggle , one that can be hindered not only by expensive and lengthy data warehouse projects and consultations, but also the dreaded “dirty data.”. Talent Acquisition is Plagued by Monster Data Issues.

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10 Reasons To Shift To A Data-Driven High Business Impact HR Model

Visier

In order to move from this “list of challenges” to the “corporate asset list,” I have found that HR and its key functions like recruiting, retention and learning must move to dramatically increase their measurable business impacts by adopting analytics and data-driven decision-making.

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6 Skills Every HR Technology Leader Must Develop Starting in 2017

Visier

Innovative Reasoning Based on Data. The amount of data we collect is growing exponentially. These will be profound questions with outcomes that will change the nature of work, and leadership will be looking to HR Technologists to provide the innovative ideas based on facts and data.

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eNPS Score Is the Core of Data-Driven HR

Reflektive

Data drives business. More and more, insights based on data are becoming essential to human resources, particularly when it comes employee retention and engagement. But what if companies used similar metrics to evaluate employee engagement as they do for customer loyalty?

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Overcoming Internal Communications Metrics Anxiety

Bonfyre

Despite the essential, strategic role internal communications metrics play in their profession, many communicators shudder at the thought of crunching numbers. Although the expansion of digital communications channels and analytics tools has increased access to measurement systems, the truth is, many communicators still struggle to strategically approach data. Even communicators leveraging digital tools are still figuring out how to make internal communications metrics materialize.

How to Improve Culture Using Real-Time Data

Reflektive

Here, we provide a how-to guide for defining, collecting and responding to real-time data to continuously iterate on and improve employee engagement in a scalable way. Leveraging Real-Time Data. First, you need to define a baseline metric to measure.

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Putting big data to work

Bersin with Deloitte

Organizational Network Analysis helps reveal insights “hiding in plain sight” in untapped email data. This is data that companies generally don’t tap into, let alone turn into valuable information. A rich untapped data pool—but is it useful?

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3 Examples of Evidence-Based HR in Action

UpstartHR

Last week I had the pleasure of presenting a workshop based on metrics, evidence-based HR, and change management. We use data and other solid evidence to support our decisions at every possible turn. General Compensation Data Evidence-Based HR Metrics Recognition Scientific Method

HR State of the Union: 2017 Edition

UpstartHR

This is strategic HR communication at its best, and it could become a valuable tool to allow leaders to peer into the inner workings of the HR strategy while allowing HR leaders to share key results areas as well. Common metrics? What’s the well-being of your staff?

Why Your CEO Doesn’t Care About Employee Engagement (Yet)

Achievers

At the same time, Google data shows that there’s been a steady climb in searches and interest in the topic for the last five years. It’s time to change the way we think about this HR metric, because it needs to become a leading business metric.

Making Company Culture More Than a Rah Rah Activity

HR Bartender

Having a well-defined company culture is important. In fact, my position about metrics and measurement has really evolved. And that’s true, HR does need to understand metrics, data, analytics, etc. Create a data point between the behaviors and the habits.

4 Key Reporting Metrics for HR Leaders

Motus

This same line of thinking also applies to which metrics HR leaders should focus on to achieve business success and this definition of success will also vary from business to business.

3 HR Metrics That Matter

Zenefits

Today’s technology gives us easy access to more data than ever before, allowing us to measure anything and everything. In fact, according to Deloitte’s 2017 Global Human Capital Trends report, 71 percent of companies report that people analytics – “using digital tools and data to measure, report and understand employee performance” – is a high priority in their company. I asked human resources experts to weigh in on the HR metrics that matter most, and why. #1

Last Week in Talent - May 15, 2017

Entelo

And finally, ask yourself how well you really know job-seekers , consider hiring people with these three weaknesses and read a bunch of software engineer’s describe their average workday. May 8, 2017 May 1, 2017 April 24, 2017 April 17, 2017.

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? How HR can get over their love/hate relationship with metrics

Oracle HCM - Modern HR in the Cloud

HR leaders have a love/hate relationship with metrics. Let’s begin with the positive: metrics add structure to the way HR teams work and help guide their decision-making. Data about the workforce, the organisation and the impact of HR interventions has never been more important.”

4 Kinds Of Hiring Data You Need To Be Tracking

Spark Hire

What used to rely on a piece of paper and a gut feeling now relies on recommendations, evidence, and data. Of these factors, hiring data is particularly important, as it can essentially reveal how well (or not well) a job candidate will perform in a role, if hired.

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4 Ways to Measure the Success of Your HR Programs

HR Bartender

But the measurement and evaluation portion of any program needs to be well thought out. One of the key aspects of the model is that there’s an inverse relationship between the degree of difficulty to collect the data and the usefulness of the data.

Keeping up With the Joneses: Corporate Style

UpstartHR

Getting Serious about Talent Practices A few years ago, someone presented locally on HR metrics. The speaker prescribed specific metrics to everyone in the room, telling them that they needed to be capturing data because these were the “most important” measures. The truth is there is no “right” number of metrics, especially for such a diverse group. Don’t worry, I’ve been guilty of this as well.

15 employee engagement ideas to try in 2017

Interact-Intranet

Well it may be hard to believe, but even with all the attention that report’s gotten, our situation is no less dire. Recently, Gallup released the latest State of the American Workplace report, with fresh data on everything from engagement to retention. Employee Engagement in 2017.

The problem with employee wellness programs

Workable

Employee wellness programs are morally questionable and misguided. Instead, companies should focus on less intrusive ways to encourage wellness, and let employees manage their own health. What are employee wellness programs? The problems with employee wellness programs.

The best leaders test their opinions with data

InforHCM

More specifically, a well-cited Harvard Business Review research article found that ambition, assertiveness, and pessimism were 3 of the top 4 personality traits differentiating high-performing sales people from their low-performing co-workers. data-driven model) are shown with blue arrows.

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Tracking employee health metrics: Great idea or big mistake?

Insperity

Some experts contend this data may boost a company’s bottom line , and many insurance providers are promising lower health care premiums in exchange for it. But even though your company has the best of intentions, it’s prudent to weigh carefully the pitfalls and the challenges of tracking health data. Some wellness programs ask employees to volunteer information, such as whether they smoke or exercise.

It’s About More Than HR: Analytics Learnings from Tom Davenport and Dr. John Sullivan

Visier

In his keynote, Davenport explained that there are four eras of analytics, each one progressing in the complexity of the data being analyzed and the range of insights that can be derived as a result of innovations that occur in each. Big Data Analytics. Data Economy Analytics.

Why Companies Are Massively Integrating Performance Data and Training

Rallyware for Human Resources

The answer lies in the integration of performance and employee training data. Performance data helps to identify gaps in terms of what an employee does and what your company needs and wants the employee to do. This data shows whether the training has led to the desired results. The data also shows what part(s) of the training may need to be changed or emphasized. In other words, performance data defines your training content and strategy.

7 Metrics That the Most Data-Savvy Recruiting Teams Are Tracking

Linkedin Talent Blog

And third, an important lesson for recruiting leaders, they all excel at innovation and recruiting because they rely on a data-driven decision making model. Here are seven areas where meticulous measurement and data analysis has made a significant difference for some well-known brands.

3 HR Talent Metrics You Should Start Tracking Today

Namely

The talent lifecycle is rich with data that often goes untapped. But you can use this data to identify and hire top talent, create a more objective method for evaluating candidates, and invest HR resources into the right talent sources. Rather than relying on instinct or intuition, data can help inform better hiring practices and allow you to track how that hire has panned out over time. So how do you use your data to start making strategic talent decisions?

Your Organization’s Last Differentiator: Human Capital

HR Bartender

I was reminded of how much people play a role in our business strategy after chatting with Gregg Gordon, vice president of Kronos’ data science practice group.

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