it also can be confusing. There are dozens (if not hundreds) of specific recruiting metrics, and not everyone is sure exactly which ones yield the best information or return. Managers may not be clear on metrics, but still know they need to demand them.
Martin Burns is coming to the rescue on February 13th, however.
In this webinar, Martin will discuss:
A host of recruiting metrics we’ve all heard or potentially used
The ones you can chuck out the car window
How you get to the major one you need to focus on
If the insertion of analytics packages into recruiting has confused you even a little bit, this is a great webinar for you to check out.
Register here: http://recruitingwebinars.com/measure-one-recruiting-metric/…
about you on social media will matter more than it does today although tell that to companies or individuals that are currently scandal ridden. How it is measured is another thing!
I will bet anyone above that disagrees $100 US that in two years some corporations will be using an internal application to measure social influence within and outside the company to measure contribution. How they measure it, I could not care less, although employees will.
"other future thought" I will go as far as say that how companies measure an employees influence using this tool will be a key decision factor in how employees choose their future employees.
Thanks for all the comments, this is what makes a healthy conversation, disagreements and all.…