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The New Human-Capital Metrics

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Every part of every organization has heard the cry for more metrics, more analytics, more fact-based decision-making. For some functions, it can be difficult to get your story heard if you are not talking about sexy metrics that are directly impacting things like revenue. But that doesn't mean your story shouldn't get attention and be driving executive decision making. View this BNET Webcast to hear AOL's Heather Torres, Director, Global Workforce Analytics and Mark Ramirez, Senior Analyst, Global Workforce Analytics share live case studies focused on AOL's HR metrics. During this webcast, they'll: ...
is the process by which an organization deals with a major unpredictable event that threatens to harm the organization, its stakeholders, or the general public. Three elements are common to most definitions of crisis: (a) a threat to the organization, (b) the element of surprise, and (c) a short decision time. Venette argues that "crisis is a process of transformation where the old system can no longer be maintained." Therefore the fourth defining quality is the need for change. If change is not needed, the event could more accurately be described as a failure or incident. In contrast to risk management , which ...
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The curious incident of the workforce planning article in the ...
 ”Is there any point to which you would wish to draw my attention?” “To the curious incident of the dog in the night-time.” “The dog did nothing in the night-time.” “That was the curious incident,” remarked Sherlock Holmes. (Arthur Conan Doyle. Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes. Oxford. 1893) In which the finest business journal in the world manages to publish a cover story and special section on managing an aging workforce without once mentioning workforce planning. You can imagine my excitement when I received the February 18th 2006 edition of the Economist – well, excitement ... market research, surveys and trends
How Kleptocracy Congealed (The New Feudal War 1 of 4) « Volatility
Beyond the simplest town hall and tribal communities, all governments are to some extent corrupt, and all economies contain legalized racketeering. But this doesn’t mean every system is a kleptocracy. We can’t be so profligate with superlatives without rendering concepts useless, although that too is a common modern disease. I’d wager it’s part of the indoctrination plan to have the perception spread that “everything has always been like this”. It fits in with the Status Quo Lie, that today’s status quo is really the normal baseline, a law of the universe. If people believe the situation ... market research, surveys and trends

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The New Human-Capital Metrics
Feb 15, 2006 ... only 12 percent make use of people measures to meet their ... Dan Hilbert, manager of employment services at the $70 billion energy- ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
The New Human-Capital Metrics - CFO Magazine - Human Capital ...
The human-resources department is in survival mode. As outsourcing the function becomes a more-prevalent option for companies, HR managers know that if they are going to endure, they have to deliver strategic value, and that value has to be measurable. With that in mind, many companies are forging ahead on efforts to create a new set of metrics that tie traditional HR functions like recruiting, training, and performance review to overall corporate goals — including fattening the bottom line. The old HR measures, such as head count, the cost of compensation and benefits, time to fill, and turnover, no longer cut it in this ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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THE JOURNAL OF HOSPITALITY FINANCIAL AND TECHNOLOGY PROFESSIONALS ...
The New Human-capital Metrics. CFO. Magazine. Retrieved December 7,. 2006 from www.cfo.com. • Young, C. A., McManus, A., & Canale,. D. (2005). ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
GAO-04-790 Human Capital: DHS Faces Challenges In Implementing Its ...
which we examine how DHS begins to implement its new human capital system. ..... efforts to identify human capital metrics and an intent to use employee ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
HR Metrics and Analytics:
The HR Metrics and Analytics seminar fulfills one of the requirements for CEO's Certificate .... New Science of Human Capital, from Harvard Business School ...
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HR Metrics for measurement of various functions in HR | LinkedIn ...
4. Quality of hire - Data is driven by performance appraisal ratings and/or production 6 to 12 months into the new employee’s job as compared to their peers, i.e. a compartitive study of the performance of the new employee with peers in the department. 5. Diversity Ratios Retention: 1. Employee turnover 2. Average tenure in the company of exiting employees Compensation & Benefits: 1. Cost of FTE department wise to total cost 2. Costs of benefits to the salary costs 3. Monthly payroll costs vs budgets 4. Cost per FTE 5. Average Remuneration department wise 6. HR dept cost to FTE cost 7. Variable pay to Payroll costs 8. ...
Question: The new boss
An organization that has a new executive arriving asked me what they should do to prepare for his arrival. Can you find any checklist or articles to help them think through what they should do before and when the boss arrives? Questions to ask before and after arrival? Things to think through? Thanks, Mike Answer by Researcher czh on Thu 14 Jan 2010 - 5:31 am UTC: Hi Mike, You can access a host of resources if you search for Executive/Leader Onboarding. There are a number of consulting companies that specialize in this area of talent management. I found several that post worksheets, research reports and other resources ...