Peer to peer employee recognition has many benefits for both organizations and their people, but building a case for a recognition program in your company can prove difficult for HR pros!
As HR professionals become more metrics-driven, it’s important to be familiar with all the different ways to leverage your people data and measure your team’s impact on the broader organization. Learning new metrics can inspire you to look at your company data in new ways and help you discover powerful insights about your people and organization. From absenteeism to time-to-hire, here’s a glossary of the most popular HR metrics you can use at your company:
As HR professionals, we may not need to be experts in math and statistics—but most of us need to have an understanding of compensation metrics. After all, understanding the key metrics is a crucial part of managing your organization’s compensation plan.
Surveys show that HR professionals are more data driven than ever before. Thanks to human resource information systems (HRIS), it’s never been easier to analyze and draw insights from employee information. Leveraging the right data can show how your team’s initiatives are performing and help prove HR’s impact across the entire organization.