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Monday, September 8, 2014

HR Metrics & Workforce Analytics

I am so excited to be presenting my first "Business" HRCI approved program for two of our ILSHRM chapters over the next couple of days. The first one is in Decatur and the second is in Peoria.

Regardless of the size of the organization, HR metrics and workforce analytics are becoming increasingly beneficial. With the transition of HR metrics and analytics over the past 30 years, managers are now finding it easier to balance the costs and benefits of decisions due to improved HR infrastructures. However, HR metrics and workforce analytics are not a guaranteed return on investment. You need to be able to decipher what data is appropriate to collect. Learn how to use this information to increase managerial decision-making efficiency. This program will help you understand workforce and HR metrics with HR objectives, business strategies, and organizational goals. It will also teach you how to implement HR metrics and workforce analytics to improve organizational results.

Learning objectives from this session:
  1. How to develop and implement HR metrics and workforce analytics to measure organizational results vs. its goals and objectives (SPHR Functional Area 01-06). 
  2. When and how to align and incorporate metrics into business plans to achieve growth and improve revenue (SPHR Functional Area 01-12). 
  3. How to use metrics to conduct cost/benefit analyses and increase managerial decision-making capacity (SPHR Functional Area 01-12). 
  4. How to select the important and appropriate data to collect and analyze. 
Decatur meeting announcement:

Peoria meeting announcement:

Human Resources Association of Central Illinois (HRA) on May 8, 2015

Metro East meeting announcement: 

Central Illinois Human Resources Group Announcement: