CEOs give HR a 1.6 on a 4.0 scale for business acumen.
- Deloitte Global Human Capital trends - 2015
People Profits Principle #16
As in all Return on Investment (ROI) decisions –
HR should be evaluated on results not activity
HR does alot of "stuff" which costs alot of money. Are we getting the results?
Are we filling the vacant positions?
Is turnover going down?
Are revenues per employee going up?
Are profits per employee going up?
Is employee value going up?
In employee engagement-satisfaction going up?
What is our Employee reputation out in the market place?
Does you HR department even know the answers to these questions?
HR has to spend more time on these questions.
They have to step off the activity treadmill.
They need to learn what the options are to make it better.
They need help in implementation from someone who has been there.
Can you envision spending less money but getting the results?
Case study: On many occasions People Profits has helped HR departments focused on ROI and results - not activity. Whether the department was a over worked Office Manager or a department of 20. In each case, costs went down and results went up.
Wouldn't you like to help them catch the money?
It is a matter of helping them be better and more valuable.
People Profits is redefining HR - by rejecting the mindset that created HR. We assist our clients by injecting fundamental business and financial principles into the HR function. HR is transformed from a COST center into a PROFIT center and your HR department into organizational heroes. Our expertise is based on developing a Human Capital Strategy and implementing our proprietary systems and processes that will increase the value of your greatest asset and your BOTTOM LINE.