How do we get management to financially support an initiative aimed at improving our hiring data? The data is used to report on key performance indicators such as headcount, overtime, turnover, etc. Although we have not encountered problems from inaccurate data, our company consists of several divisions, each with an individual staffing plan. Our thought in HR is that it makes sense to analyze our hiring data in order to ensure better forecasting, trend analysis and ultimately better business decisions.
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One bidder has said it believes ‘the present management team lacks the requisite experience to effect a [software as a service] transition.’Read More
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