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What is a DE&I dashboard?

A DE&I dashboard is an interface that provides a visual representation of company diversity, equity, and inclusion practices and outcomes. The dashboard reflects the DE&I status by representing the data through graphs, charts, and other visuals that can be read at a glance. A DE&I dashboard reflects the status of the workforce in areas such as: GenderReligious beliefsNeurodiversityAgeNational originSoft skills Why should HR leaders care about a DE&I dashboard? Rather than sifting through spreadsheets, metrics, and surveys, HR leaders can use a dashboard to provide a simple visual representation. Clear…

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What are KPIs?

KPIs (Key Performance Indicators) are metrics that reflect how successful a company is in reaching its business goals. KPIs can be quantitative or qualitative. Quantitative KPIs are typically expressed through a percentage. Examples include: Employee growth rateAbsenteeism rate Career path ratio  Qualitative KPIs can express the final result through a numerical value, yet they draw data from subjective feedback, such as employee surveys. Some examples are: Employee net promoter scoreQuality of hireApplicant satisfaction Why should HR leaders care about KPIs? KPIs assist HR leaders in monitoring progress, identifying flaws, enhancing performance,…

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Organizational network analysis

What is ONA (Organizational Network Analysis)?

ONA is a structured charting method used to analyze how employees collaborate and contribute to their company. Individual influence levels are often hard to pinpoint within the traditional hierarchical business structure. Thus, ONA technology aims to identify and leverage the different types of influential employees and discover problem areas, so leaders can enhance the way people work together and share information.  Why should HR leaders care about ONA? ONA helps HR leaders analyze employee networking-- the work relationships that organically form between personnel. ONA adds another dimension to traditional workforce…

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What is headcount?

What is headcount?

Headcount is the number of people working in a company or in a department at any given time. Headcount, unless otherwise specified, includes everyone: full-time, part-time, temporary, and contract workers. The headcount metric enables HR professionals to: Monitor and improve workforce planningSupport efficiency and productivity among personnelForecast workforce developments Why should HR leaders care about headcount? Headcount is usually unnecessary for small companies with just a handful of employees. Yet firms with hundreds or thousands of staff should take headcount seriously. Measuring headcount throughout different periods enables HR leaders to…

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9-box model

What is 9-box model?

The 9-box model, also known as the 9-box grid, is a tool used to analyze, display, and compare employee work performance and potential. This user-friendly performance map is a talent management tool that helps HR and managers effectively identify leaders and strategically prepare employees for future roles. The 9-box model is a self-explanatory chart that helps leaders place the right person in the right position at the right time.  The grid includes an X and Y axis, with the X-axis representing performance and the Y-axis, potential. Leadership teams can measure…

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Predictive HR analytics

Predictive HR analytics

Predictive HR analytics is a tech tool that HR uses to analyze past and present data to forecast future outcomes. Predictive HR analytics digitally digs through data to extract, dissect, and categorize information and then identify patterns, irregularities, and correlations. Through statistical analysis and predictive modeling, analytics enables data-driven decisions regarding HR functions.  Predictive HR analytics systems are reminiscent of the earthworm. The worm ingests natural waste and residue and excretes nutrient-rich, fertile soil material. Predictive analytics, too, intakes unused, raw data to transform it into applicable information that supports…

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Employee satisfaction survey

What is an employee satisfaction survey?

An employee satisfaction survey is a questionnaire that measures the contentment level of personnel regarding the various components of their job. The purpose of the employee satisfaction survey is to provide actionable data to improve the employee experience. An employee satisfaction survey can include various answer types, such as checkbox, rating scales, and open-ended answers. Why should HR leaders care about employee satisfaction surveys? An employee satisfaction survey can provide valuable insights into how the organization can enhance the employee experience and nurture business growth. By strategically designing the survey,…

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Workforce management

Workforce management

Workforce management (WFM) is the strategic organization of labor to achieve optimal productivity and company objectives. Workforce management typically includes: Employee schedulingTime tracking and attendanceForecastingCompliance trackingPayroll and benefits Time off and vacation planning  A basic form of workforce management has always existed-- for example, businesses would track work hours or plan employee vacation times. Today workforce management has evolved into an integrated part of HR software systems, automating and streamlining HR processes to create highly efficient, precise, and reliable results.     Why should HR leaders care about workforce management? WFM software removes…

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What is people analytics?

People analytics is a data-driven method that aims to improve business decisions regarding employees and customers. Rather than solely relying on instinct or anecdotal experience, people analytics provides HR leaders with comprehensive data to make evidence-based, strategic decisions.

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What is HR analytics?

HR analytics is a data-driven method of improving decisions that impact HR functions. HR analytics depends on the quality of the data collected from HR metrics, such as:

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What is workforce analytics?

Workforce analytics is a method of monitoring and examining employees’ work productivity to improve workflow.

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