Are you measuring your human resources programs? Of course you are. But are you measuring them in the context of business results? If not, you're not alone.
Traditionally, HR has approached human capital metrics with an efficiency measuring model - with staffing and recruiting gauged by time to fill and cost per hire and training budgets justified by the number of people trained and satisfaction scores. Those types of metrics may tell us how efficient a program is, but not how effective it is. Are the metrics being collected ensuring that programs are successful in achieving business goals? Were the people we hired actually the right hires? Did a learning program change behavior in a way that increased productivity?
Evidence-based HR is the next generation of human capital analytics. The approach is based on actually demonstrating how talent drives the business. EBHR is the intersection of advanced human capital analytics and business strategy. It answers the question: What are the business outcomes we think will come from a given program?
In this innovative webinar, John Gibbons, VP and GM of Research at i4cp will address a topic every HR leader should embrace. Join us to hear about:
- The state of HR and HR metrics
- What is evidence-based HR and why is it important
- Examples of how companies are integrating evidence-based approaches into their HR programs
Join John and i4cp for our evidence-based HR webinar on Thursday, April 14, 1pm EDT (10am PDT). Registration is free.