Even small companies have plenty of data that HR can use to make a difference. And you don’t have to be an analyst to figure it out. Who’s most likely to be thinking about quitting? If you know where your employees live, you can make some predictions. What skills should you be hiring or training for in the coming months? Checking the age of your skilled workers will give you plenty of clues.
There’s plenty of data available, but for many recruiters, knowing where to start can be overwhelming. The key is to focus on business drivers and that data you need to inform business decisions. If you have data that can drive action, you also have a clear and compelling rationale that can be shared with hiring managers and the C-suite.
In this webinar, we’ll look at what HR metrics are available and how to select the ones that mattter to your business performance. In particular we’ll focus on:
· Understanding what the business metrics are and identifying metrics within HR that can impact business drivers
· Using different metrics for different purposes – the metrics we use to drive HR performance may be different than the HR metrics we use to drive business performanceread
· Telling a compelling story in the language of the business, not HR, when presenting metrics
Join our free webinar on Thursday, April 13 for insight into metrics and strategies for using metrics to drive better business performance.
Our speaker, Annissa Deshpande, will share her perspective on how HR data can be used to drive the business bottom line.