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

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

Time to productivity is a good metric for understanding how effective your onboarding is for new hires

An Important HR Metric to Measure: Time to Productivity

Do you know how long it takes your new hires to get up to speed? Calculating this HR metric, time-to-productivity, can give you the answer. Once calculated, understanding what that number means and the factors that influence it can make … 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

Offer acceptance rate

An HR Metric to Help Solve an HR problem: Offer Acceptance Rate

So here’s the situation… you are the Chief Talent Officer (CTO), overseeing all aspects of the workforce at your midsize financial company of 5,000 employees. This includes both HR and talent acquisitions (TA) teams. Business leaders have been expressing concerns … Read More

Talent acquisition and recruitment are used interchangeably but mean different things

Recruitment vs Talent Acquisition: What’s the Difference?

Words mean a lot and purposeful branding is important. Even the term “human resources” is evolving into more people-centric names. Titles are now using “people” or “talent” versus “human”. It’s a little ironic… we have to move away from the … Read More

Time to hire is a valuable hr metric to support recruitment initiatives

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 … Read More

Artificial intelligence an automation will help HR support the changing workforce

What is the difference between AI and Automation?

Isn’t AI and Automation the same thing? The simple answer… No. But they definitely elicit the same response when it comes to their role in the workplace and HR. Companies are excited about the innovations these technologies could bring. While … Read More

HR metrics can aid employee referral programs

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. … Read More

ERGs are a key supporter diversity and inclusion efforts

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, … Read More