HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT (HRM)
METRICS AND ANALYTICS
Human Resource metrics are measurements used to determine the value and effectiveness of HR initiatives, typically including such areas as turnover, training, return on human capital, costs of labour, and expenses per employee.
Developing the right HRM metrics for your specific context which support long-term performance is an area that many organisations struggle with. Through effective measurement, assessment and evaluation it is possible to provide insights about past performance and also ‘take the temperature’ of the organisation at present. Research has highlighted the importance of using HRM metrics for maximum impact, drawing out insights from data to inform future direction and hence drive sustainable organisation performance.
This course covers an in-depth discussion on HR metrics and analytics
Defining the fundamental concepts
A strategic perspective
The future of HR matrices
Developing HR Matrices – a process
Human Resources, Learning & Development and Senior Management.
- INTRODUCTION TO HRM METRICS
- DEFINING THE FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS2.1 Metrics2.2 HRM Analytics
2.3 Strategic HRM and correlation to metrics/ analytics
2.4 The Balanced Business Scorecard
2.5 Strategy Mapping
2.6 The HRM Scorecard
2.7 HRM analytics maturity
- HRM ANALYTICS PROCESS
3.1 Predictive Analytics
3.2 HRM Analytics process models
3.3 5-step, HRM Analytics model
- CASE STUDIES
Facilitated course with case studies
The facilitator also provides delegates with practical examples of HR metrics drawn from his extensive corporate experience.
All our public courses are available in Cape Town, Johannesburg and Durban.
HRM METRICS AND ANALYTICS – IN HOUSE – Minimum of 6 Employees
To book in-house training or to find out when our next public training dates are, please contact us
Tel: 021 851 4265 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org