Tag: HR analytics

HR metrics are important to making sure recruitment processes work to attract top talent and not lose them to other companies.

An HR Metric: Time-to-Hire

An HR Metric: Time-to-Hire

HR metrics are important for supporting effective HR practices. The right metrics will provide indications when the HR team is effectively performing or if there are opportunities for improvement. KPI’s can then be built on those metrics. Time-to-hire is a valuable metric for measuring the success of recruitment functions. It measures the number of days […]

HR Metrics to Determine if Your Employee Referral Program is Working

HR Metrics to Determine if Your Employee Referral Program is Working

Employees referrals are still the preferred method for hiring top talent. Referrals are typically higher quality and are more likely to acclimate quickly to the organization’s culture. Additionally, hiring referrals is cheaper since less time is spent sourcing and screening. Onboarding is shortened as well since they already have a buddy in the company.   […]

What is Data Privacy and What Does It Mean for HR?

What is Data Privacy and What Does It Mean for HR?

HR is changing and is no longer just the paper pushing, admin department. Most are moving away from the typical, paper personnel files to e-files. Just because the files can no longer be stamped CONFIDENTIAL in large red letters, doesn’t mean they shouldn’t be protected. What is Data Privacy? Data privacy speaks to the policies, […]

Celebrating Black History Month with ERGs

Celebrating Black History Month with ERGs

Employee resource groups (ERGs) have become a standard at larger corporations that value and promote diversity and inclusion. ERGs are voluntary, employee-led groups made up of a specific group of individuals that have shared interests, backgrounds, or demographics. Most commonly, ERGs are formed around a group’s gender identity or race/ethnicity. The intent is for the […]

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