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5 do’s and don’ts for effective HR reporting

Last month we introduced 3 questions that should be asked of any reporting that is done with a regular cadence – monthly, quarterly, annually – where you can get into the habit of “same old, same old”.

 

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Is your HR reporting effective? Maybe it’s time to re-think your approach

Here are 3 questions to help you assess whether you have effective reporting and suggestions for making sure you’re hitting the mark. These are the questions that should be asked of any reporting that is done with a regular cadence.

 

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PeopleInsight’s top 5 blogs (so far) on workforce analytics

PeopleInsight has pulled together their top five most popular blog posts this year (so far). From gaining a deeper understanding of the newest category in HR technology, to applying workforce analytics in the realm of Talent Acquisition for better recruiting, and hearing about one mid-sized companies own journey with DIY analytics, we’ve got a topic in the realm of workforce analytics for everyone.

 

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Workforce analytics pureplay: Are you a fit?

7 questions to ask yourself to see if you/your company is a fit for this approach to HR analytics and reporting. Hint: if you’re mid-market in size (1000–5000 employees) you just may be a fit.

 

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Top 5 picks for HR: Analytics, dashboards and scorecards

If you feel you could be doing more with your reporting, insight and impact where people analytics are concerned, these dashboards can help.

 

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HR reporting and workforce analytics – Why looks matter

If every picture tells a story, a picture is worth a 1000 words, and seeing is believing… what are you waiting for? You have a compelling people-story to share…it’s time you communicated it in a way that engages, excites, and motivates the business to action.

 

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The winds of change: Making HR measurement happen

The momentum behind measurement in HR is growing and what I learned from the trip indicates that one of the drivers of change has shifted.

 

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