Metrics and data are never the answer to changing culture, but they are an invaluable tool for finding effective solutions for employee relations.
Organizational network analysis can be an insightful tool for HR and business leaders to learn the “why” or the story behind organizational issues.
Understanding workforce data with descriptive, predictive, and prescriptive HR analytics is important for HR to become a strategic business partner by providing key insights that improve business strategy.
Diversity is nothing without real inclusion. HR should foster an organizational culture that supports both. Any HR initiatives need metrics to indicate whether DEI initiatives are working or not.
The best employee referrals come from successful employee referral programs that are supported by HR metrics and HR data.
Calculating cost-per-hire can be a daunting and time-consuming task. Once calculated, this HR metric will provide the knowledge to make the right workforce strategy decisions.
Fostering a culture to support and promote employee engagement has lasting effects on the organization’s success. HR metrics can support employee engagement and increase productivity and efficiency.