Training and development programs are essential to a high-performing workforce. HR metrics are necessary to ensure those efforts are effective and efficient for the organization and employees.
Mentoring tends to be the default solution for people’s development. It can be impactful when done right but disastrous if not taken seriously. Discover how HR Metrics can be used in the mentoring process.
The labor cost of an employee can be a significant portion of the overall operating cost. Being a strategic business partner means knowing what that impact is and how to measure it with HR Metrics.
Did you know there’s a difference between building a talent pool and building a talent pipeline? The terms tend to
Being ghosted is not limited to just romantic relationships. It’s happening in the professional world between companies and candidates and why it is damaging for both.
Biometrics and microchipping are providing alternatives to traditional passwords and are potentially more secure. But they don’t come without problems such as invasion of privacy among other risks.
The contingent workforce is growing, especially with the gig economy. Understanding your business model and the overall labor force is vital in determining what is the right strategy for the organization.
How Holistic programs offered by companies can drastically improve employee wellbeing by being proactive instead of reactive.
Representation matters, not only in media but for organizations too. It’s important for others to see the diversity that your company values. Discover how HR Metrics can be utilized to meet an organization’s diversity policy.
The Difference Between Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, and Mixed Reality and How They Can Benefit HR
Technology is starting to catch up to the sci-fi world. Augmented, virtual, and mixed reality are changing the way we interact with the digital world. It can be leveraged to innovate HR solutions.
The selection rate is an HR metric that can provide clarity on various stages throughout the recruitment process and on the skills of your TA team.
The US Women’s Soccer Team won the 2019 World Cup but still has a fight for equal pay, which shadows even the national gender pay disparity. How can HR metrics promote equal pay?