How to calculate the ROI of your HR initiatives: Graduate recruitment

  We had a great reaction to last week’s post, about how to get buy-in for HR initiatives from your C-suite and other people who just don’t ‘get’ HR.   However, one thing our readers really wanted to understand better was how you would actually go about demonstrating ROI and other benefits from your HR projects.   So, to help …

How to calculate the ROI of your HR initiatives: Small businesses

Following on from last week’s post about getting buy-in from the C-suite (or management, or finance people, or anyone who doesn’t ‘get’ HR), we wanted to focus on how you could actually go about calculating the ROI of an HR initiative.   The following case study shows how a small business owner can demonstrate the ROI of adding psychometric assessments …

The ROI of psychometric testing

  The purpose of psychometric testing is to measure job-related traits of applicants to help predict their future performance and assess their suitability for roles. To do this properly, organisations must use tests that are reliable (i.e. consistent in measurement) and valid (i.e. measure what they purport to measure). But how do you know if it is actually effective? The …