With so many HR data metrics to measure and the ability to generate reports on just about anything, what do you do when data just becomes too complicated and too overwhelming? Let’s explore, when HR data gets complicated, how to simplify it quickly!
How can you measure employee performance and how can data help you increase employee performance? What do employee performance and engagement have in common? Find out.
Being data-driven is a top priority for many organizations. Many organizations have fifteen different HR systems and no way to generate meaningful reports to stakeholders. What are examples of HR analytics metrics and what should you be measuring?
We interviewed the Director of People and Culture, Tiffany Fields, at Exyn Technologies: Industrial Drone Technology, an autonomous robotics and technology startup to learn more about their experience with Employee Cycle’s dashboard and HR solutions. Find out more.
Is workplace conflict always a bad thing? Organizational conflict is costly for workplaces but should it be harnessed for good? Here’s why HR leaders struggle with confrontation and how to leverage it.
Spreadsheets may be synonymous with HR departments but MS Excel came out over 35 years ago and are no longer fit for purpose. Bring your HR data into the 21st century with an HR dashboard that will meet your company needs.
Is affinity bias hurting your organization? Are you hiring the same type of employee over and over and is that lack of diversity keeping your company stagnant? Find out why we have affinity bias and how to avoid affinity bias in hiring the perfect candidate for each role.
Creating sustainable DEI programs shows current and future employees you value them. These programs should be seen as an opportunity to create better employee engagement, understand your employees and customers better, and to grow as a business – not simply a “feel-good” initiative to say you’ve done it and you have “something” in place. Here’s how to create a sustainable diversity, equity, and inclusion initiative.
According to The Harvard Business Review, executives understand that diversity and inclusion among employees creates more innovation yet many companies fail to retain and attract diverse talent. Here’s how to create diversity programs that actually work.
Diversity, equity, and inclusion frameworks are here to stay and if your company doesn’t have a good DEI program in place, it may be left being. Find out how to use data to create the ideal DEI framework.