12 HR Metrics Every CHRO Should KnowKeeping staffed means quickly responding to new employee demands for remote work, flexibility, and a culture that prioritizes diversity, equity, inclusion, and wellbeing.
To meet these demands, employers must grant their employees more autonomy, build skills from within for the roles they need in the future, and develop leaders who can manage remote workers. To execute on these strategies, people leaders need the right information to build the workforce to help the business succeed now—and adapt to future changes.
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Savvy CHROs rely on people metrics to help them achieve data-driven insights the organization needs from them. These are the 12 metrics every CHRO should know and use.