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Eight Considerations to Turn Transactions and Data into HCM Insight

Category: HCM

“Human capital is the profit lever of a knowledge economy,” an observation according to Dr. Jac Fitz-enz (commonly known as “Dr. Jac”), acknowledged as the father of human capital strategic analysis and measurement. 

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How Mobility Drives a Smarter Workforce in the Field

Category: HCM

Excellent service means responding quickly to customer needs. For those providing field service, this means four basic things: being on time, having enough time to do the job properly, having the right skills, and bringing the right tools.
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Making the Most of Employee Self Service Capabilities

Category: HCM

As the percentage of the workforce with computer and Internet access continues to rise, so too does the popularity of Employee Self Service (ESS) applications. Originally designed to provide employees with access to their personal records and payroll details, ESS has evolved into broader functionality, specifically empowering employees and managers to take more responsibility for their jobs and development.
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Small Business Growth and Human Capital Management

Category: HCM

With the ending of National Small Business Week—this being the 51st year the United States has celebrated the nation’s top entrepreneurs—we are reminded of how significantly small business drives the nation’s economic growth.  
A Forbes article notes that small business accounts for 60 to 80 percent of all U.S. jobs, and produces 13 times the patents that large businesses do. So ensuring that small businesses get the resources they need to grow and thrive in an increasingly competitive marketplace is essential.
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Data-Driven Decision-Making Is Transforming HR

Category: HCM

A recent post on the Management Concepts blog addressed the impact of data-driven analytics on the nature of human resources staffing. The focus on analytics and rising expectations about the potential benefits of big data is ratcheting up pressure on chief human capital officers (CHCOs) to expand the ability of HR to apply quantitative analysis to support decision-making. In terms of HR staffing, it’s likely to be transformative

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