Track the HR metrics that really matter

January 2014
HR Specialist;Jan2014, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p1
The article reports on some metrics that human resource (HR) professionals should keep track to help top executives make effective business decisions. It recommends HR personnel to know how to monitor organizational effectiveness, compensation, and employment. Also suggested are strategies on how to take advantage of the said metrics, including providing information, boosting personnel knowledge, and asking executives about key factors in the organization. INSET: How to make the most of HR metrics: 3 strategies.


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