We’ve never had more information about our health.
A trip to the doctor gives us our blood pressure and cholesterol numbers. Weekend warriors and competitive athletes alike can cite their resting heart rate and measuring their VO2 max.
HR has a healthy dose of data, too. Individual and group performance ratings, sophisticated talent assessments and detailed succession plans are flooding us with information.
Taken in sum, all these numbers provide a good checkup on our organizational health. But they’re only part of the story. With our inaugural Workforce 100 list, we’ve taken a whack at putting organizational health in perspective. Our goal is to provide readers with a measuring stick to assess the best companies for HR management.
We look forward to your healthy feedback.