HR Analytics: Gaining Insights for the Upturn

Today’s leading-edge companies are making extensive use of workforce data to drive human capital management (HCM) decisions the way most companies use financial and marketing data to make strategic business decisions. Learn how these companies are making fact-based workforce planning decisions that will help them survive the current recession and position them to quickly ramp up workforce additions when the downturn ends.

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Making a Smart Choice: Getting the Most out of HR Software

Is your business struggling to align employee performance and business goals? Is talent management a hot topic in strategy sessions? Are you spending 20% or more of your operating budget on your people? These are just a few of the signs that it’s time to invest in HR software. This white paper outlines what you need to do to make an airtight business case for an HR solution in your organization. Read More

Human Capital Alignment: An Effective Tool for HR Value Proposition

Strategic people management activities can help maximize your organization's human capital alignment efforts.

Organizations with sophisticated requirements for strategic processes such as performance management and training management can usually find more robust functionality from a specialized human resources (HR) vendor. Read More

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HR Analytics Come into Their Own

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