Can’t my HR and Talent Systems provide the analytics and reporting
I need?

Great question - it's one that get asked a lot. 

The short answer is no, your HRIS on its own does not provide the insight HR Leaders require.

The reason is very simple – these systems only capture a portion of the information required to understand outcomes associated with HR programs and activities.

 

 

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HRIS and Talent systems focus on process information, and, as such they deliver basic, siloed reporting. To measure against objectives and demonstrate value to the business, HR Leaders need more – they need insight that comes from the connection of process and outcomes data.

 

 

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  • What is the progression rate for our top performers?
  • What is the ROI of our new manager training program?
  • What is the retention rate of our successors?
  • What is the lost revenue / productivity by position for every fill that is not on target?
  • What is the quality of hire by Line of Business and Job Category? By Recruiting Source?
  • What is the 1st year turnover rate by Line of Business and Job Category?
  • How much is this costing the business?
  • For every 1% reduction in 1st year turnover what is the $$ impact for the business? 
CoNSIDER IF YOUR HRIS CAN PRODUCE ANALYTICS AND REPORTS LIKE THIS...
  • HR Dashboard
  • Recruiting Analytics Dashboard
  • HR Analytics Dashboard

Connecting the Dots

While each individual HR system (HRIS, Talent Mgmt, ATS, Learning, Performance, Surveys, ...) has “reporting/analytics” the reality is that these systems provide basic reports on their silo’d process. These reports may be sufficient for managing the process (efficiency) but they do not provide the analytics that HR Leaders require to make smarter decisions. To get to holistic insight and to measure against business outcomes, you need to connect the dots – there needs to be integration across your disparate HR and Talent systems and those systems that hold business results data. This means stretching beyond the transactional HR data and systems and making connections with outcome sources.

This is easier said than done but with an analytics partner this can be made simple. There are 2 major connections that an analytics provider will make:

1. Connecting all your HR Data sources

2. Connecting HR Data to Business Outcomes (Results) Data.

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When you’re ready to experience what’s possible in reporting and analytics when your data is connected, get in touch. We can help.

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