Analytics Gone Wild – Increase In Talent

Tim Sackett Current Affairs, Driving Productivity, FOT Reads, Good HR, HR, Innovation, Metrics, Organizational Development, Tim Sackett

One cool thing about going to a bunch of HR and Talent conferences in the spring is you get to hear what everyone is doing around the world.  At one point in the past two weeks, I honestly can’t remember who or where I heard someone speak about measuring their “increase in talent” to the organization. The actual measure was something …

2016: The Year of Intentional [Recruitment] Marketing

Holland Dombeck McCue Driving Productivity, Good HR, Holland Dombeck, HR, HR & Marketing, in the news, Metrics, Recruitment Marketing

I’m officially approaching fan girl status when it comes to the #ChooseATL campaign. Rather than me rehashing the details, you can read my blog post here and listen to the follow-up podcast here. Today I got to hear Kate Atwood, VP of Marketing for the Metro Atlanta Chamber, speak about how they are moving from a campaign to a movement. …

Yet ANOTHER Post on Performance Reviews – Personal NPS

Paul Hebert Audacious Ideas, Employee Engagement, Metrics, Paul Hebert, Performance

The movie The Usual Suspects had a great line in it… “The greatest trick the Devil ever pulled was convincing the world he didn’t exist.” But few remember the second greatest trick the Devil pulled—creating performance reviews. Very few business processes other than the time sheet have been derided as much as the performance review. They are required, yet hated, …

WEBINAR: The New HR Math: Dumbing Down HR Analytics for Everyday HR and Talent Pros

Tim Sackett HR, Kris Dunn, Metrics, Talent Strategy, Tim Sackett, Webinar

It all started with a great premise: Let’s teach kids an easier way to understand math so they won’t end up hating it. We can all buy into that, right!? What came out was a classic organizational nightmare of project-gone-wrong, in a way only HR can truly understand—the Common Core was born. Now, there you sit at the kitchen table …

FOT WEBINAR! Six Ways to Make Your Recruiting/Talent Metrics More Strategic – And Make Managers Own Their New Hires.

Cara Lucas HR, HR Technology, Kris Dunn, Metrics, Talent Strategy, The HR Profession, Webinar, Worldwide FOT

There’s still time to register! Our first webinar of 2015 debuts tomorrow with  Six Ways to Make Your Recruiting/Talent Metrics More Strategic – And Make Managers Own Their New Hires. Hosts Kris Dunn and Dawn Burke will guide you through: – A review of the traditional talent selection/recruiting metrics.  We’ll give you a rundown of those metrics like Time To Fill and Cost Per Hire, what the standard …

Six Ways To Make Your Recruiting/Talent Metrics More Strategic – And Make Managers Own Their New Hires

Kris Dunn FOT Reads, Good HR, Hiring Bias, HR, Interviewing, Kris Dunn, Labor, Metrics, Performance

Let’s face it—the recruiting metrics you use at your company are either non-existent or stale.  Sure, you tried to roll out the basics—time to hire, cost per hire—but all that did was put the focus on your HR/Recruiting function, not the people who actually make the final hiring decision.  Flash forward 12 months since the launch of those basic recruiting …

HR Moneyball: The FOT Bootstrapper Guide To Getting Started With Big Data [WEBINAR]

Kris Dunn HR, HR Tech, HR Technology, Kris Dunn, Metrics, The HR Profession, Web/Tech

You’ve heard the hype: Big Data is taking over the business world, and HR’s going to be expected to make decisions—not through feelings, relationships or gut instinct—but via numbers.  The problem is… your HRIS, ATS and Performance Solutions are all different systems and weren’t built with the big-data revolution in mind. In short, you feel less than ready for workforce …

HR Drinking Games

Andy Porter Andy Porter, Audacious Ideas, HR (& Life!) Advice, Metrics, Performance

This past weekend I did something I haven’t done in a long time— I played a drinking game.  You remember drinking games, right?  It’s when a bunch of twenty-somethings get together and make up ridiculous games with ridiculous rules as a way to make binge drinking seem like it’s okay.  As you would expect, drinking games aren’t kind to guys in …

What is a Good Employee Engagement Score?

Paul Hebert Audacious Ideas, Employee Engagement, Metrics, Paul Hebert

I’m going to take a different tack on today’s post.  Instead of waxing poetic on a point of HR or employee engagement I’m going to start a discussion and then walk away and let you all continue. See, I don’t have an answer for the question I headlined this post with. I truly don’t. What I do have is a …