Most of Human Resource (HR) Reports are just narrative, activity based stories and do not measure and track the impact of HR on their business. By measuring and communicating the HR metrics to the Management on time, will help to clarify the questions they have, reduce their frustrations and concerns and demonstrate the value of HR in achieving the business objectives.
"Many CEOs believe that HR is not supporting the business agenda. This is because of the absence of HR metrics to measure both the Business and the HR Functions. Yet, People costs constitute more than 50% of organization expenses.“
Linking Departmental Plans and Strategies to
• Organizational Strategies
• Criteria for selecting HR Metrics that matter
• Calculating HR Metrics available
• Tools and Technology Track Metrics
• What organizational leaders need to know
• About Metrics
Workshop Objective & Outcomes:-
Participants will be able to:
• Identify Metrics that measure efficiency, effectiveness and strategic execution.
• Examine the process for determining metrics that matter in Human Resources
• Understand the processes for linking HR to the organization's strategy
• Practice calculating metrics using formulas and sample data sets.
• Discuss the value of dashboards as tools to track
• Strategic execution.
• Discuss effective techniques of data reporting so that
• Management can use the Information to take better/appropriate decisions.
Short lectures using PowerPoint presentations, interactive discussions, problem-solving exercises, group activity and presentations and case studies.
HR Directors, Managers, Line Managers, HRBPs, Finance and Administrator, General HR Practitioners and Administrator, HRs, Senior officials, PA and Officers.
Dates: 14 to 18 May, 2018