6 Metrics No Executive Should Be Without

In an economic climate characterized by cost-cutting and increased regulatory requirements, organizations face growing demands to reduce employee turnover and cut unnecessary costs across the board. For chief executives and financial business leaders, that means moving away from soft measurements and adopting quantifiable metrics to monitor the overall business. Detailed metrics can help companies more effectively utilize their HR data to make fact-based decisions about their human capital investments. This paper highlights some of the most valuable strategic metrics that BI tools can deliver to CFOs and executives.

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