HR metrics

HR needs to know it is never alone

Working in HR can at times feel a little isolating, especially if you're working in a standalone role.

Network shortages during lockdown may make some people feel more isolated

Over the last fortnight, the COVID-19 crisis has forced organisations to suddenly shift their employees from working in the office to working from home.

HR must collaborate with procurement on contingent workforce management

Speakers at ProcureCon HR spoke on the gaps in HR's capability when it comes to managing temporary and freelance workers

Four employee experience myths that must be tackled

Leah Johnson, vice president of advisory at Gartner, outlined the popular myths that HR should be aware of around employee experience

International case study: Digitally-led HR at FIS

To give the HR function at FIS strategic voice certain processes were transformed to be data- and metrics-driven

HR failing to use analytics

Almost half of UK businesses are failing to use insights from analytics in their HR operations, according to a survey by MHR Analytics

Firms risk alienating staff with disruption plans

Organisations mustn't overlook their people when undergoing changes to prepare for the future of work, according to research from Mercer

HRD's pocket guide to... big data

The HRD’s pocket guide series offers an explanation of areas outside day-to-day HR that business-savvy HRDs need to have a handle on

Asda equal pay victory has "widespread repercussions" for HR

As Asda workers win a landmark case over equal pay, legal experts warn HR to prepare for wider pay reporting obligations

Work has been corrupted by performance metrics

Research over the past decade explains how performance metrics can lead to unintended and harmful outcomes in professional work

Employee data can create more questions than answers

Gathering as much data as possible isn't the key to understanding an organisation's health, according to employee measurement and insights lead at BP Laura Hammett

Workers turning to AI to improve wellbeing and productivity

Tomorrow’s workforce will be more socially conscientious, and use technology to improve their productivity and health, according to research from Unum