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

HR metrics can help you support your organization's leaders

HR Metrics for Managing Your Organization’s Leaders

People don’t leave organizations, they leave managers. So it’s key to make sure you’re doing as much as you can in HR to help support, develop, and encourage your leaders. There are data and metrics to help you though.   … Read More

Data mining and data farming can be useful tools for HR

What is Data Farming vs Data Mining and Why HR Should Be Aware

You may have been hearing these terms thrown around a lot lately. Especially when it comes to tech giants in the news. Both terms, data farming and data mining, refer to the process of data collection. But, they differ in … Read More

Data aggregation is a key tool for HR analysts

What is Data Aggregation and How is it Used in HR?

We may not all be data scientists but understanding the lingo can help any HR professional be a data analyst. You probably have already done data aggregation and didn’t even know it. Data aggregation is the gathering of information or … Read More

Open requisitions per recruiter is a useful metric to manage your team's workload

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 … Read More

HR needs to become high-impact to be a strategic business partner

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, … Read More

New hire turnover is an important metric for both HR and talent acquisition

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 … Read More