With data and analytics still at the top of the HR agenda for 2019, which are the key metrics HR should be measuring? New analysis from XpertHR Benchmarking reveals the data points HR should be focusing on.
Updated to include new XpertHR benchmarking survey data on: employee wellbeing.
With all the political chaos surrounding the proposed Brexit deal, it's hardly surprising that organisations feel confused about how to build their workforce strategies from 2019 onwards.
XpertHR's annual survey of HR roles and responsibilities monitors changes in the strategic direction and day-to-day running of the HR function. It also explores HR's priorities over the coming 12 months.
XpertHR has been gathering key HR metrics for over a decade. Here we discuss the trends over time in sickness absence rates, labour turnover and the ratio of HR practitioners to employees.
Data is an invaluable resource for driving commercial decision-making yet a dearth of people with the requisite skills in the UK has prevented some businesses from exploiting their numbers to the full. On-demand chief data officers could yet prove the best way to unlock data value, writes Jason Foster.
HR is under pressure to attract the best data science talent so they can unlock valuable business insights. But it's not as straightforward as it seems, as analytics recruitment specialist Kim Nilsson points out.
Organisations increasingly employ workers from across three or four generations, which means they should be offering tailored benefits packages. James Whelan from Avantus Systems looks at how employers can use data and technology to individualise their benefits.
People analytics can revolutionise the way organisations recruit, develop, engage and retain their staff. Richard Justenhoven from cut-e offers seven ways to get the most from people data.
Updated to take account of the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation, in force from 25 May 2018.
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