In recent years, KPIs (Key Performance Indicators) have become increasingly important in human resources management, and for good reason: they allow for simple and reliable measurement of HR performance throughout an organization.
Thanks to numerous indicators and associated parameters, KPIs offer visibility on the status, evolution and efficiency of HR performance in a company.
You may already have perceptions of this performance, but it is difficult not to miss essential information without accurate analysis. Human Resources KPIs support these perceived situations with reliable data over a period of time, therefore allowing you to set strategic goals to optimize your HR strategies.
What are these statistics, and what HR performance indicators should you use to improve your practices? If you feel a little lost, don’t panic! This article presents the 5 most important indicators to use in your company, with all the arguments and information you need to quickly become a KPI professional!