Organizations frequently use HR metrics, such as turnover rate and cost per hire, that report on trends and at the most, alert to a pattern shift. Can you move your organization beyond metrics that highlight issues and problems faced yesterday? Organizations that make the shift from HR metrics to human capital analytics draw on financial analysis, statistics and research designed to link to business outcomes such as productivity gains, cost savings and ROI.
This webcast covers key talent-business questions to ask, root causes to test, appropriate data gathering and then analysis. Stories and case studies from multiple industries will be shared that illustrate the practical applications of analytics from onboarding to succession planning. You’ll be able to immediately apply knowledge gained to model and quantify future workforce decision making and the strategic impact Human Capital Analytics can have on your organization. If you have responsibility for the effect talent has on the bottom line, you won’t want to miss it!
Don't miss these webcast take aways:
Use analytics to develop profile of successful hires and show ROI
Leverage better fit in onboarding and measure time to productivity
Capture ROI of internal development and career pathing
Quantify value of reward and retention practices
Implement strong systems to collect, track and trend information across silos
Research | Source: Human Capital Institute
| Published:February 29, 2012
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