The ability to analyse human resources is a key competitive edge in the modern economy. HR is increasingly difficult in an era of talent wars, complex environments and a deluge of information. The ability to apply analysis tools to make sense of it all, and to choose the correct HR responses for their situation, can create significant competitive advantages.
Human resource metrics is a major contemporary business capability, possibly the single most important and contemporary of HR competencies. Metrics entail the ability to apply analytical tools to personnel situations, including quantitative, strategic and financial analysis tools.
The kinds of strategic and financial skills taught through this HR metrics workshop enable practitioners to propel human resource management to the core of organisational boardrooms and strategic imperatives.
Attendees of this workshop will receive both a conceptual understanding of the HR metrics universe and process, as well as practical data analysis skills and computer-driven practice in a variety of HR metrics skills (using datasets provided by the facilitator analysed in Microsoft Excel). The emphasis in this workshop will be on implementation of techniques. Although only a sample of HR metrics skills can be taught practically in two days, a variety of the major and most important types of HR metrics will be taught from operational, strategic and financial perspectives.
Who Should Attend?
HR practitioners who work on HR data and anticipate requiring practical HR metrics skills (either micro-data such as employee records or higher-level data such as HR budgets).