As the pressure to show HR’s impact on the organization grows, so does the need to benchmark HR initiatives and results against those of other organizations.
Best Practices: Human Resources Benchmarking
- gives you a complete head start on developing your own benchmarking process.
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- Real-life examples you can learn from right away
- Examples of benchmarking and measurement initiatives and programs in real Canadian HR functions facing real Canadian HR issues
- A unique, comprehensive listing of public and private benchmarking resources
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Table of Contents
2 What is Benchmarking?
3 Stage 1: Identify Benchmarking Objects
4 Stage 2: Prepare to Benchmark
5 Stage 3: Identify & Select External Resources
6 Stage 4: Approach Target Organizations and Gain Acceptance
7 Stage 5: Create the Benchmark Organization Team
8 Stage 6a: Design Indicators
9 Stage 6b: Design Quantitative Data Collection Methodology
10 Stage 7: Conduct Quantitative Data Collection Exercises
11 Stage 8: Compile & Report Quantitative Results
12 Stage 9: Analyze Quantitative Results and Plan Actions
13 Stage 10: Gather Qualitative Information
14 Stage 11: Implement the Change
15 Stage 12: Evaluate and Continuously Improve
16 Ideas for Creating a Benchmarking Culture in HR
Appendix 1 Benchmarking Code of Conduct
Appendix 2 Indicator Bank: HR Indicators
Appendix 3 Human Asset Indicators
Appendix 4 Sample Indicators
Appendix 5 Benchmarking Resources.