Burlington, MA (PRWEB) April 6, 2006
The pioneer of benchmarking and metrics, Dr. Jac Fitz-enz, will leadoff a distinguished group of speakers at an IHRIM one-day event at the Hyatt San Jose in San Jose, California, June 6, 2006. The event, “Strategic HR Metrics: The Time is Now” will include Dr. Jac’s description of specific applications that align, stabilize and engage the workforce, helping retain customers, and growing top-line revenue. Fitz-enz describes how this breakthrough in human capital management can combine with financial and marketing benchmarks to raise HR to a predictive science.
For years HR professionals have been reporting metrics – headcount, cycle time of hire, participant evaluation of training, etc. with little impact. As HR leaders have become more integrated with the management team and aligned their strategy with that of the business, the role of metrics and analytics is taking on more significance and having a greater influence in the C-suite. This event is an excellent occasion to hear why the time is NOW to establish your HR measurement system or take it in a more strategic direction.
Attendees will have the unique opportunity to hear some of the most highly qualified HR metrics experts in the field including:
· Noel Hannon, Hannon & Associates;
· Rob Eidson, Deloitte Consulting;
· Cheryl Anderson, Hewlett-Packard Company;
· Christina Wilkinson, Raytheon Corporation;
· Jim Powers, HRchitect; and,
· Gary Iverson, Intel Corporation.
There will be a presentation of HR metrics in recruiting, and a discussion of some of the linkages that are not always apparent between certain measures. Presenters will show examples of both leading and lagging indicators, and explain how to recognize the differences between the two.
In addition, they will examine the correlation relating certain predictors to specific outcomes. What information to gather, when to start collecting it, and how to assemble it will be discussed from a reporting point of view.
The registration fee for this event is US$495 for IHRIM members and US$650 for non-members. Event registration includes: Continental breakfast, lunch, networking reception, all course materials and all event sessions.
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