SHRM now offers the most advanced and comprehensive Job Satisfaction and Employee Engagement report in the Human Resource industry
Seattle, Washington (PRWEB) June 15, 2011
The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), utilizing DatStat Inc.’s proven research technology platform, will provide organizations who conduct internal employee job satisfaction and engagement evaluations with the first real-time comparisons of an organization’s performance against industry benchmarks. The first assessments to be available for use May 5, 2011 will be the SHRM Employee Job Satisfaction/Employee Engagement Report followed later by the SHRM Employee Benefits and The Human Capital Benchmarking Reports.
“Now SHRM members will be able to provide their executive team with comparative data about the organizations achievements in human capital performance relative to their peers among the SHRM members across the nation,” said Mark J. Schmit, Ph.D., SHRM's Director of Research. “Having collected these survey data for years, the DatStat Enterprise Feedback Management (EFM) technology allows our member companies to see a visual and statistical comparison with our membership and the industry; fulfilling our commitment to provide the resources needed to make the most important decisions that impact an organization’s profitability and their most important resource – their people.”
“SHRM has truly leveraged DatStat’s technology to provide the most comprehensive comparative benchmark report in the industry to their members and HR executives,” said David Proestos, COO of DatStat, Inc. “CFO’s have made financial performance comparisons for years. Through SHRM, companies will be the first to see a clear comparison in how their team attitudes, performance and benefits stand among others within their industry in real-time. HR senior managers are now empowered with the tools for targeting areas of performance improvement and optimizing organizational strengths.”
The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) is the world’s largest association devoted to human resource management. Representing more than 250,000 members, the Society’s mission is to serve human resource management professionals and to advance the profession. Founded in 1948, SHRM currently has more than 575 affiliated chapters within the United States and members in more than 140 countries, including offices in China and India. Visit SHRM online at http://www.shrm.org.
About DatStat, Inc.
DatStat is committed to improving Global 5000, Healthcare and social sciences research through software innovation. Over the past 15 years, DatStat, Inc. has enabled clients to streamline and efficiently manage the collection of research information throughout an enterprise. DatStat collaborates with a broad array of researchers and develops its industry leading enterprise feedback management technology, survey management software and research management solutions: Illume™ and Discovery™ to meet the most rigorous requirements. Together, DatStat, Inc. and its customers are improving research and data collection capabilities of all forms while streamlining operations and reducing the cost of enterprise research. For more information visit http://www.datstat.com.
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