Learn the best practices in measuring productivity
Every talent manager realizes the importance of workforce productivity but not everyone knows which metrics to use, let alone how to quantify its impact on revenue. More importantly, the latter part is the information executives want and need in order to optimize workforce costs.
This webinar will go over the top metrics that organizations should use to quantify their productivity and start building world-class talent with minimal costs. Join Grant Cooperstein, HCMI's VP of Analytics, to learn:
What gets measured gets managed. Join this free webinar and find out if your HR and OD departments are measuring the right metrics. This session will cover the top metrics that all HR and OD should be regularly tracking. The topics include metric basics, advanced metrics, best practices, and case studies.
This webinar will explain why HR Analytics is essential for competitive advantage. It will also provide different ways organizations can make a start to a HR Analytics journey within your organization.
Finding the best talent at the lowest cost is one of the main goals and at the same time shared frustration of all Talent Management function. It is especially important during major restructure, mergers and acquisitions or simply building a shared services center from the ground up. Through evidence-based workforce planning and scenario analysis, organizations can forecast their human capital costs and make interventions to optimize the workforce.
In this webinar, HCMI human capital experts will show how talent managers can tackle this challenge using data and analytics through case studies and success examples. More specifically, attendees will learn how to:
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CEOs and organizations frequently state “Our people are our most valuable asset”, yet these same organizations actively manage people as a short term cost to be minimized or eliminated where possible.
How can both of these philosophies exist in organizations today let alone be reconciled into a cohesive workforce talent strategy? The key to this puzzle lies in HR showing how talent across the workforce impacts and drives business results.
This session will show how to change the perception of HR in the mind of Finance and C-Suite business leaders through effective use of the ‘language of business’. HR has the ability to truly drive a more productive and effective workforce that in turn drives superior business results.
The session will also feature selected methods and stories that HR can leverage to build a more effective HR function and consistently get approval for projects, resources and interventions from traditionally reluctant CFO’s and Finance.
Do you ever need quick approval for an HR Budget? Are you tired of constantly being shut down due to lack of concrete ROI? This webinar can certainly help you with that!
Our “How to Business Case for Human Capital Analytics” webinar will teach you what you need to know to get started and create a business case for your human capital! With real-world case studies from various industry leaders, you can apply these lessons to your company right away.
If you were asked to locate human capital information in your corporate reports, where would it be? Income statement or balance sheet? Expense or revenue?
For the majority of companies, human capital still remains classified as an operating cost section rather than a value-adding asset. Human capital is clearly a critical element to an organization’s success but yet it’s unclear what type of talent information should be collected, measured and reported on a regular basis.
Join HCMI’s CEO, Jeff Higgins, on our webinar series to understand why human capital reporting plays such an important role in workforce optimization. Featuring HCMI’s Human Capital Disclosure Statement, Jeff will also provide a solution to this problem and show what information should be included in your human capital reporting whether for internal insight or public financial disclosure. Here are some questions that this webinar will answer:
Organizations face risk and threats in every area of business, including their HR activities and functions. Considering potential HR risks is important when conducting day-to-day operations, making decisions, and planning for the future. Every stage of the employment life-cycle—from hiring to employee exits—creates opportunities for risk management that can have serious consequences if mishandled, including a direct impact on your organization’s bottom-line.
In this webinar, we will discuss:
How long does your current hiring process take? How many positions are you currently hiring for? What is your interview-to-hire ratio? The answers to these questions will determine if your company is time-efficient and cost-effective at hiring the right candidates.
As competition for talent gets increasingly more difficult, with competitors using the same methods to find candidates as you, hiring right the first time has never been more critical to your organization’s success than it is now.
In this session, you will learn:
Workplace investigations are an integral part of a company’s legal due diligence process when allegations of harassment, bullying, discrimination, etc., are made by your employees. Due to the growing need for investigations it is essential for companies of every shape and size to know how to conduct them properly, and to understand what pitfalls to avoid. An improperly conducted investigation can undermine your legal position and can lead to liability. A properly conducted investigation, on the other hand, can appease workplace conflict and can help avoid litigation and liability.
Join legal expert Matthew Vella of Loopstra Nixon LLP as we discuss how workplace investigations impact your business and how you can minimize the risks involved in this complimentary 30 minute webinar.
Do you know what HR problems might be affecting your business? Do you know how to overcome HR problems?
Join an expert from Intelligent Help as we discuss the 5 most common HR problems faced by small and medium-sized businesses and the steps you can take to address them in this introductory webinar.
You will learn: