Keeping proper score is at the very core of measuring the worth of HR & recruitment professionals to a business organisation. Metrics done right, enlightens and offers a shining light on the way forward. But what is the future of such a critical exercise? Where are HR & recruitment metrics heading?
In 2016 are we measuring the right recruitment activities? How do we measure recruitment progress if metrics are faulty? What should be diligently measured and what meaningless metrics should be abandoned? Who should keep score? Why is measuring so laborious and how can the process be made more participative and easy?
In this special #RHUBEDGE session master human capital thinker William Tincup will explore the current state of HR & recruitment metrics and will offer insights on what works and what are meaningless. He will dissect the importance of measuring as a tool for continuous improvement and as a strategy to cope with constant changes in the business environment. William will dwell on who should drive metrics and why everyone should care about them.
– Identify metrics that work eliminating meaningless ones
– Interactive session on how to gauge what to measure
– The importance and limitation of metrics