Month: April 2019

Ensuring your team has a balanced workload is key to avoiding burnout and poor quality hires. Requisitions per recruiter is useful metric to help.

An HR Metric: Requisitions per Recruiter

An HR Metric: Requisitions per Recruiter

Do you know what the right workload is for your recruiters? It can be a tough question to answer. Measuring the number of requisitions (reqs) per recruiter can be a useful metric to help you understand. It might even be a KPI you’ve been looking for.  It’s an easy metric to calculate. Just total the […]

Drug Testing in Today’s World: Legislation To Keep In Mind

Drug Testing in Today’s World: Legislation To Keep In Mind

As society evolves, so does the public’s views on traditional policies and practices. Over 50% of workplaces still drug test, with many of those being government jobs. There are laws that mandate certain companies to maintain a drug-free workplace but don’t necessarily require drug-testing. With the legalization of marijuana, changes to drug testing legislation, and […]

Is Your HR Team High Impact: Measuring Your HR Analytics Maturity

Is Your HR Team High Impact: Measuring Your HR Analytics Maturity

To be a high-performing organization, companies are becoming more data-focused. HR should be a strategic business partner and function on a high-impact model. HR systems, data, metrics, and analytics are an integral part of creating a high-impact HR team. But, just because your HR team runs a couple of reports, doesn’t mean it’s supporting the […]

Why HR and Talent Acquisition Should Care About New Hire Turnover

Why HR and Talent Acquisition Should Care About New Hire Turnover

Long employee tenures are no longer the norm within today’s offices. We don’t expect employees to stay with organizations for ten, fifteen, or twenty years as was the goal for previous generations. But, we should still be concerned about the retention of employees and new hire turnover.   Constant turnover has a high cost for […]

Why HR Metrics in Total Rewards is Important

Why HR Metrics in Total Rewards is Important

Labor costs can be the biggest expenditure for organizations. It’s easy to know how much your spending on pay, healthcare, retirement, and other benefits. Most finance teams look at those numbers monthly. But how do you know it’s money well spent? Are your employees even utilizing the benefits? Is there any money being lost?   […]

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