Survey analysis

All items: Strategic HR

  • HR roles and responsibilities 2018 survey: Key metrics

    Date:
    27 April 2018

    Our 16th annual survey of HR roles and responsibilities reports on key metrics for the profession, including whether or not they are used to assess the effectiveness of the HR function.

  • Employee engagement survey 2018

    Date:
    24 April 2018

    XpertHR research examines the key factors that influence employee engagement and the most effective ways of measuring and improving it.

  • HR careers survey 2017

    Date:
    18 September 2017

    XpertHR research looks at how UK HR professionals begin, manage and progress their careers in the profession.

  • The HR agenda 2017: priorities for the year ahead

    Date:
    27 March 2017

    Our annual survey of priorities on the HR agenda finds symmetry across sectors, with learning and development headlining across the board.

  • HR metrics and analytics in practice: 2016 survey

    Date:
    20 June 2016

    People analytics continues to grow in importance for HR and organisations as a whole, but practical problems persist in the accurate gathering and analysing of HR data.

  • HR roles and responsibilities 2016 survey: priorities by sector

    Date:
    25 April 2016

    Our annual survey of HR roles and responsibilities - now in its 14th year - finds stark differences in HR priorities within broad sectors.

  • HR roles and responsibilities 2016 survey: key metrics

    Date:
    15 March 2016

    Our 14th annual survey of HR roles reports on the key metrics for the profession, including the ratio of HR professionals to employees and cost per head.

  • Employee engagement survey 2015: levels and trends

    Date:
    16 December 2015

    Levels of employee engagement may have increased in 40% of organisations over the past year but a total of 40% of organisations describe engagement levels as 'reasonable' at best, indicating there is room for improvement. XpertHR's survey considers the factors that help engage employees and identifies current trends in this area.

  • Employee engagement survey 2015: assessment and initiatives

    Date:
    16 December 2015

    With 40% of organisations describing employee engagement levels as "reasonable" at best, there is a need for employers to consider how best to assess it at their organisation and adopt initiatives that could result in a more engaged workforce.

  • Employee engagement survey 2015: generational differences

    Date:
    16 December 2015

    While organisations benefit from boosting levels of engagement, it is rarely a case of "one size fits all" when it comes to the methods used. It is worth considering the contrasting initiatives and channels that will appeal to different age groups.

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