Success You Can Measure: Using Critical HR Metrics to Drive Business Results - on CD
A recent survey revealed that HR leaders spend only 10 percent of their time at the strategic level, while another study showed that only 2 in 10 have a process in place for measuring the business performance of employees. These numbers indicate that HR success is not being measured as well as it should be, which can ultimately cost your organization time and money.
HR needs a straightforward, common-sense strategy in place to measure the business impact of not only HR programs, but also the workforce as a whole. The keys to measuring performance start with solid HR metrics -- learning what information to collect and how to use that information to determine what is working, what isn't, and how you can fix it. Effectively communicating your discoveries to senior management is also vital to this process.
Participate in this interactive webinar, and you'll learn:
- Tips for developing key metrics for HR, including sample HR metrics that can be added based on business needs
- How to effectively align key workforce metrics with business strategies, goals, and objectives
- When and how to collect the data you need and how to effectively report the results
- Best practices for communication techniques, getting feedback, and the next steps
- What to do with the data once you’ve got it, including tips for reviewing the results, interpreting the data, communicating action items, and resetting objectives for the future
- And much more!
In just 90 minutes, you'll have a better understanding of key HR metrics that can support the overall business strategy, demonstrating value and leadership during uncertain times. Register now for this must-attend event risk free.
About your presenter:
Amy Letke, SPHR, GPHR, is the founder and CEO of the HR consulting and HR outsourcing company HR Integrity, Inc. She has 20 years of progressive experience in human resources management and senior leadership in various industries, and prior to starting Integrity HR, she led the HR consulting practice for Thompson Associates, the largest employee benefits agency in Louisville, Kentucky. She also held the post of vice president of human resources for a large, Chicago-based software development firm as well as other positions in consulting and human resource management with several Fortune 500 companies.