HR programs and practices are typically designed to drive workforce outcomes, which then influence the performance drivers that link to outcomes for the business and its customers.
Some examples of workplace outcomes include process efficiency & effectiveness, individual and team performance measures, turnover, engagement, and other metrics and data related to employees and the employee life cycle of attraction, development, and retention.
Some examples of performance drivers include customer metrics such as satisfaction and loyalty, innovation, market data, and other metrics related to the organization and industry.
Business outcomes often include financial results, growth and profitability, and ROI (Return on Investment) analysis of the impact of HR programs and practices on these outcomes.
HR performance analytics provide descriptive, diagnostic and predictive analysis to measure the effectiveness of your talent management strategy and the effectiveness of its various components. We will design the appropriate analytics strategy and visualizations, customized to your needs for reporting and presentation.