After a period of cost cutting, hiring freezes and budget constraints, HR leaders are being challenged to mobilize and manage talent to help their businesses return to growth. And while the activities of HR are increasingly focused on managing the broader human capital capabilities required to achieve and sustain a competitive advantage and global growth, company executives are placing more pressure on the HR function to perform better, smarter, faster, and cheaper. In order to accommodate this shift in focus, HR needs to rapidly align its priorities and resources to provide the wider range of expertise necessary. Organizations are increasingly looking to harness the power of workforce data—metrics, surveys and predictive analytics--to provide needed clarity on operational/HR cost drivers and more effectively manage the organization’s assets.
Our global network of HR effectiveness professionals can help you with your workforce challenges and HR function effectiveness. We offer an objective view of your HR function's effectiveness, focused on fact-based financial and performance aspects of the HR function, coupled with our use of PwC Saratoga data. PwC Saratoga works with our clients to link measurement results with operational business results. We draw insight from your workforce data to improve your company’s return on investment in human resources and human capital, thus positioning HR as a bottom-line contributor to your company’s overall business strategy while evaluating your performance against the competition.
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PwC's HR services professionals work with companies to develop HR measurement and benchmarking strategies and implement improvements in HR service delivery, with a goal of greater alignment with overall organizational strategy, resulting in:
Please contact us to discuss how we can work together to help you improve HR operations through workforce analytics.