Saratoga has produced a number of whitepapers on topics related to human capital effectiveness.
||PwC Saratoga 2011/2012 US human capital effectiveness report- Hospital sector
PwC Saratoga’s 2011/2012 US Human Capital Effectiveness Report includes data submitted for calendar year 2010 from US operations for more than 300 organizations representing 12 industry sectors. The hospital sector within this benchmarking database is comprised of over 50 hospital systems and represents the single largest dataset of Human Capital metrics in the healthcare industry.
||PwC Saratoga 2011/2012 US human capital effectiveness report executive summary
This annual report contains data from nearly 300 organizations and combines objective data and analysis to help organizations evaluate workforce performance and increase their return on human capital investment. The key issues analyzed in the executive summary include: workforce productivity, quality of hire, workforce turnover, workforce costs and impact of the economy on HR.
Establishing a workforce intelligence center of excellence
||Managing people in a changing world: Key trends in human capital, a global perspective — 2010
Managing people in a changing world considers the impacts people are having on organizations. We explore employers’ response to the global downturn, the progress of globalization, how organizations are leading, developing and engaging their people and we discuss the influence the public is having on the people agenda. We also make some suggestions to help proactive organizations stay ahead.
The workforce represents most organizations’ single-largest annual investment, yet most companies do not have the baseline information that they need to make good decisions regarding the workforce. This article provides an in-depth discussion on how establishing a workforce intelligence center of excellence (WICoE) can help companies maximize the return on workforce investment while giving companies a better handle on the HR metrics that can help to create a sustainable competitive advantage.
Organizations that overlook the proven advantages of detailed and frequent measurement around the cost of retaining and losing valuable employees, especially high performance talent, are allowing dollars to slip away instead of adding them to the bottom line.
Over the past decade, many organizations have spent a great amount of time, effort and energy on identifying and managing high performers. Understanding what motivates and enables these "A" players employees is important. But, while high performers are essential to a company and warrant attention, an emerging focus and emphasis is being placed on a group of employees called pivotal employees.
Blind spot in compensation planning and design
The essential job of HR compensation departments and indeed senior executives needs to be how to increase revenue relative to labor costs. Companies need more information to make these decisions. This article provides a high-level outline of the steps PwC Saratoga recommends that organizations take to maximize their investment in their workforce.
Saratoga also publishes a monthly newsletter focused on topics related to the workforce management.
Additionally, Saratoga has searched PwC's site for other whitepapers, articles, and press releases we feel may be helpful to HR practitioners.
PwC human resource services publications
The workplace is changing. Many companies are looking to explore options as they create the most effective work environment for their people. Are your current programs designed to maximize your human capital? This collection of PwC publications is designed to provide insight to the critical issues facing people management.