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Metrics That Matter
 

    
 

A SHRM Webcast

Presenter: Rob Eidson, principal, Daylight Human Capital Solutions

June 26, 2014 - 2 p.m. ET / 11 a.m. PT
Program length: 60 minutes

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    Your HR systems generate a vast amount of data on employees, their benefits, their performance and other aspects of their professional lives. What numbers matter to HR? What needs to be communicated up to the top levels of the organization? And what data should be taken into account when examining the effectiveness of your employee rewards and considering new incentives? In this program, consultant Rob Eidson, Principal at Daylight Human Capital Solutions, looks at the type of data being captured by HR systems and how to interpret that data to create meaningful analysis of employee engagement.

    About the presenter: Rob Eidson is co-owner and principal at Daylight Human Capital Solutions in Charlotte, NC, a consultancy specializing in analytics, reporting and metrics. Prior to joining Daylight Human Capital, he was a specialist leader in Deloitte's Human Capital Practice, where he helped companies address key human capital challenges using metrics and analytics, including talent, leadership, world class HR and people issues in the workplace. With a background in HR data warehousing and data architecture, Mr. Eidson specializes in areas including HR reporting, analytics, metrics and benchmarking. Mr. Eidson has served as on the board of directors of IHRIM and has frequently spoken at IHRIM and SHRM conferences and other events.

     

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    Viewing this entire presentation, either as a live event or archived, counts for 1 credit hour toward PHR/SPHR/GPHR recertification from the Human Resource Certification Institute. Note: You are responsible for tracking your participation in this event.

     

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