HR metrics are useful for tracking HR's own operational expense

HR Metrics for Measuring Operational HR Expense

When looking at HR metrics, we tend to focus on the numbers that reflect on how the workforce is performing. Turnover looks at how many people leave the organization. Internal mobility rate looks at how often people are moving throughout … Read More

Selection rate is a helpful metric for understanding your recruitment practices

An HR Metric For A Recruitment Concern: Selection Rate

Selection rate, or also know as Yield rate, measures how many people are going from one stage to the next of the recruitment process. It can provide a lot of insight into how people are moving through the recruitment process. … Read More

Internal mobility rates are a good indication of how your talent is moving within the organization

An HR Metric: Internal Mobility Rate

What is internal mobility?   Internal mobility refers to your employees’ movement throughout the organization. It includes promotions, transfers, and demotions. Larger organizations tend to have a lot more mobility since there are more positions.  The greatest source of talent … Read More

The cost of turnover can be a great expense for any organization

How To Calculate The Cost Of Turnover And Why It Matters

Your organization’s turnover rate is one of the most spotlighted HR metrics. But, just having the number doesn’t give much of an impact. To get a full picture, determine the true cost of turnover. Turnover rate is the percentage of … Read More

Readiness is an HR metric to help prepare for organizational change

HR Metric For Talent And Change Management: Readiness

Your organization’s senior leaders just came back from their annual three-day strategy retreat. Unfortunately, it wasn’t a good year for the business. So the leaders are ready to make some drastic changes. Leaders want to realign the business units, trim … Read More

Recruitment metrics will help to track and manage your processes and practices

5 HR and Recruitment Metrics For The Recruitment Stage

Recruitment is a key stage in the employee lifecycle. At a basic level, recruitment is about enlisting people to join a group. But, it should be more than that. Without the right talent to meet business needs, the organization as … Read More

Burnout can have serious implications for the employees well-being and business operations. The right metrics can help you identify the warnings.

Is It Possible to Measure Burnout?

Key metrics to help you identify if your employees are burnt out   The World Health Organization (WHO) announced last week that it will be recognizing “burnout” in the International Classification of Diseases (ICD). Burnout is not classified as a … Read More

Salary range penetration is a helpful metric for keeping track of your company's compensation

An HR Metric for Compensation: Salary Range Penetration

Some metrics are easier to calculate than others. Unfortunately, this one won’t be just tallying up some headcounts. Salary range penetration is going to take a bit of mathematical skill (or a solid excel formula) but is a useful metric. … Read More

The employee lifecycle can be easily tracked and managed with HR metrics

HR Metrics For Every Phase Of The Employee Lifecycle

Metrics are valuable to the strategic effectiveness of HR. They provide a way to measure the success of your HR team’s initiatives. There are metrics for every stage of the employee lifecycle. Of course, don’t forget to follow-up with the … Read More

SSO can add an extra layer of protection for your workforce data

What Is Single Sign-On (SSO) and How It Benefits HR and IT

How many systems or sites do your employees access throughout the day? Five? Ten? If you consider that HR itself could have multiple systems to manage the employee lifecycle. Then factor in various operational systems that support the business and … Read More