Breaking the Data “Slicing and Dicing” Fever
We’ve noticed that HR leaders have a fever for slicing and dicing employee survey data. This approach can make a fever turn into the full-blown flu because (1) slicing and
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Measurement Isn’t Enough: How to Utilize Physician Surveys to Improve HCAHPS & More
Imagine going to a seamstress or tailor to have your pants measured. You learn how much needs to be taken in or hemmed and then you leave with those marks
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2018 HR Analytics Predictions Series: Part III-IV
ICYMI, we issued two of our predictions via our blog (intro and #2) last month. We are giving you the cliff-notes version of our final two here, but you can
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2018 HR Prediction Series Part II: A Move to Measuring the Employee Lifecycle
As we discussed in our last blog, we decided to make predictions about the future of HR analytics because it’s so vital to monitor trends and we want to be
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The Future of HR Analytics? We’re Playing Nostradamus Again…
Unlike typical “thought leaders,” we don’t just make predictions at the beginning of the year and walk away; we track them all year long to see if they actually come
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Full Circle Data Collection: An Approach for Reducing Turnover
It’s important that you collect information from employees from the time they first speak with a recruiter and begin working (entrance survey), to their first few months on the job
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Employee Experiences, NOT Engagement, Found to Impact Outcomes 100% of the Time
If your organization is solely focused on employee engagement, you’ll want to read on. If you aren’t focused on management, job fit, or senior leadership, you’ll want to read on.
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Want to Increase Your Employee Survey Scores?
As the calendar is getting ready to turn once again, are you reflecting upon the outcome (or lack thereof) of your employee survey for yet another year? Good news: this
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5 Ways to Drive Real Results: Action Planning
A very common (and legitimate) complaint about employee surveys from the perspective of employees is the lack of action taken once the survey is over. Most of the time and
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