The responsibilities of an HR professional have evolved from managing company policies, employment practices, benefits, and compensation to also include ensuring employee wellness, empowering managerial capabilities, and cultivating a positive company culture. This modern approach demands a new kind of talent management, leveraging data-driven solutions that provide unbiased insight into employee performance, productivity, and engagement.
In a recent study by the Brandon Hall Group, 80% of the HR leaders who responded rated productivity as a top indicator of increased employee engagement, while only 8% stated they were able to measure productivity.
In this brief we’ll cover how productivity analytics solutions can provide:
- Data-driven views of employee engagement and productivity
- Workload data to facilitate hiring and planning discussions
- Ability to identify employees or teams at risk of burnout
- Insights to support a culture of continuous productivity improvement
- Insights for managers to identify employees in need of coaching or support