Celebrating one year of XpertHR Benchmarking

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XpertHR's unique benchmarking service has reached its first anniversary. To celebrate the occasion, we've made some major improvements to our service. 

We've greatly enhanced the appearance and usability of our vast resource of benchmarking data, via the introduction of a fresh new look for our charts (click on the links to see examples of the new-look bar charts and pie charts). 

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Welcome to XpertHR Benchmarking

Are your managers prepared for people management? 

Benchmarking the HR function in 2010

XpertHR Benchmarking: list of benchmarking survey data

Benchmarking retirement procedures: employers oppose changes to default retirement age

Benchmarking benefits: top 10 benefits and allowances

Benchmarking regional pay: London allowances frozen

Benchmarking internal communications: formal strategies bring success

Benchmarking stress management in 2010: recession drives up stress

Benchmarking labour turnover: voluntary resignation rate is 8.6%

Benchmarking union relations

Benchmarking how employers manage change in 2010

Benchmarking Christmas and New Year working arrangements 2010/2011

Benchmarking the effectiveness of return-to-work interviews

How does your organisation manage employee departures?

Benchmarking induction arrangements

How do your organisation's sick pay arrangements compare?

We've also added five major new benchmarking datasets. These latest additions cover the following key topic areas:

With these latest additions, subscribers to XpertHR Benchmarking can now access around 100 benchmarking datasets. These benchmarking datasets comprise thousands of questions which can be tailored to benchmark your organisation's practices, policies and performance. 

Thank you to all of our subscribers and survey participants for making the first year of XpertHR Benchmarking a success. And please don't hesitate to contact me directly if you have any queries or comments about our benchmarking service. 


Michael Carty, benchmarking editor

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