Ron Hetrick brings more than 20 years of labor force economic experience to Allegis Global Solutions. In his current role as Director of Labor Market Analysis, Ron primarily works with organizations across different industries as a site selection and workforce planning consultant. He also provides economic analysis for the long-term strategic growth of the Allegis Group family of companies.
Prior to working for Allegis Global Solutions, Hetrick spent nearly eight years as an economist with the Bureau of Labor Statistics in Washington D.C. He was a supervisory economist overseeing the monthly employment estimates and acted as the primary media liaison for manufacturing employment for the division. Quoted by NBC, CNN, USA Public Radio, The Wall Street Journal, and numerous other news agencies, Hetrick provided analysis for Alan Greenspan, The Council of Economic Advisors and Congress.
Ron also published three articles on labor trends in the Monthly Labor Review and continues to publish white papers on sector hiring trends and contingent rate card development and rate philosophies.
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When it comes to workforce planning, many metrics such as cost of attrition and time-to-fill have lost their attractiveness. Metrics like labor costs and unwanted turnover have taken center stage. As benchmarking becomes increasingly important, companies need to review the metrics they originally deemed insignificant and look at them through a new competitive advantage lens. Metrics do not go out of style--people just forget why they are important. The key is to integrate the right analytics for every role in their organization.