Browsing: Metrics, analytics & data (112 items)



Employers making big strides on skills visibility

Talent management, pipelines & planning
Talent management, pipelines & planning

The most sophisticated employers now have a much clearer picture of their workforce's skills, aiding better-informed decisions about redeployment, reskilling and retention, a transformation expert says.



Prepare for nine pandemic impacts on talent and work

Talent management, pipelines & planning
Talent management, pipelines & planning

There are nine main ways in which the pandemic will continue to affect workplaces, hiring and talent in 2022 and beyond, a futurist says.


Employers sitting on untapped goldmine of skills

Talent management, pipelines & planning
Talent management, pipelines & planning

Employers now obtaining greater insight into the skills in their organisation are uncovering some huge surprises, not least among which are the ways employees would like to use and be recognised for their abilities.


How "enlightened" HR teams are using people data

Metrics, analytics & data
Metrics, analytics & data

HR functions made "significant strides" last year in their use of data and analytics, and organisations fall into three main categories when it comes to their level of sophistication, a Mercer expert says.


Constant surveys are "paralysing" employees

Communication, collaboration & innovation
Communication, collaboration & innovation

Upping the ante on communication has been crucial during the pandemic, but employers run the risk of "paralysing" employees if they don't put some rules and structure around their surveys, a CHRO warns.


"Listening" employers report major jump in engagement

Engagement & culture
Engagement & culture

All the extra effort employers have put into listening to their workforces is paying off, with a big jump in engagement levels across the board, new research shows.


Three ways to keep HR "front and centre" in 2021

Engagement & culture
Engagement & culture

HR finally received the recognition it deserved in 2020, and a people and culture specialist says there are three ways to maintain its momentum.



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