Americans are known for working hard and not taking much time away from work. To help promote vacation, companies are offering unique employee benefits.
Training and development can be a lot more impactful with the introduction of gamification. It adds a lot of value that can be beneficial for employees.
Diversity and inclusion are more than an HR thing. It should be integrated into the culture and business practices through cross-functional partnerships. HR Metrics are a useful way to measure those partnerships.
The cost of turnover can rise exponentially depending on the role and how critical it is to business functions. Understanding the numbers can help mitigate costs and damage to the organization.
HR needs to be more than just operational. There’s a lot of value to be added by shifting towards a more strategic business approach to HR initiatives. HR Metrics play a key role in that process.
Many laws dictate who is considered an employee or an independent contractor. Uber and Lyft drivers are in a battle for their rights to be employees. HR Metrics can help in tracking classification status and automate reports to ease complications.
Summer is a great time to think about flexible work options that can be great for employees and a great attraction and retention tool for organizations seeking to improve employee morale and wellbeing while being aligned to company goals.
Determining whether your organization is prepared for a change can be a challenge. Readiness is an HR metric that can give a starting point for organizations who ready to embark in a new direction.
Recruitment metrics are key for keeping up with your practices. They will help to ensure your processes are effective, find ways to improve, and hire the best talent for the right roles.
Some metrics are easier to calculate than others. Unfortunately, this one won’t be just tallying up some headcounts. Salary range