Overcoming                Constant Friction             between Hard & Soft               Approaches to HRMay 10th, 2012 –...
Tough Times
Tough Times
Stress
Organizations React
The challenge Great bossesGreat co-workersWork that matters
General
Fact # 1 – Everyone is Good at Something
Fact # 1 – Everyone is Good at Something
How Can You Find What People Are Good At?          3 Slides showing P3 profiles – and          candidate to job match report
Drake P3 BenefitsDrake P3 is a web based assessment technology combining the science ofpsychology and statistical analysis...
Online and Only Takes 10inutes
Try a Complimentary P3 Today
Oil and Water & Fact # 2
Oil and Water & Fact # 2
The Last Mile & Fact # 3        HR has to be        good at the         hard stuff
The Last Mile & Fact # 3•   Workforce Productivity    • Recruiting       • Retention           •   Employee Engagement    ...
Workforce ProductivityThe ratio between the dollars spent on employeecosts (wages, benefits and overall HR expenses)and ov...
RecruitingManagers consistently rate recruiting among the topthree things they expect from HR. Withoutoverdoing it, here a...
RetentionRetention is also a highly rated management issue.In this case, most turnover measures are toosimple.•   Overall ...
• Allows multiple people  to give input into what  the job is• Takes only 10 minutes• Online Survey• Get consensus easily!
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Contact Information     Karen Meredith         President         Drake P3kmeredith@na.drakeintl.com    1-917-863-0030     ...
Our Next WebinarMay 17th, 2012, 12 pm EST to 12:30 pm EDTDisability Management & Return toWork Programs >> Presented by Ka...
Overcoming Constant Friction Between Hard & Soft HR Approaches
Overcoming Constant Friction Between Hard & Soft HR Approaches
Overcoming Constant Friction Between Hard & Soft HR Approaches
Overcoming Constant Friction Between Hard & Soft HR Approaches
Overcoming Constant Friction Between Hard & Soft HR Approaches
Overcoming Constant Friction Between Hard & Soft HR Approaches
Overcoming Constant Friction Between Hard & Soft HR Approaches
Overcoming Constant Friction Between Hard & Soft HR Approaches
Overcoming Constant Friction Between Hard & Soft HR Approaches
Overcoming Constant Friction Between Hard & Soft HR Approaches
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Overcoming Constant Friction Between Hard & Soft HR Approaches

  1. 1. Overcoming Constant Friction between Hard & Soft Approaches to HRMay 10th, 2012 – 12:00pm to 12:30pm EDT Presented by: Karen Meredith President, Drake P3 Event #: 660 720 267 | Password: 1234 For audio, call 1-877-668-4493
  2. 2. Tough Times
  3. 3. Tough Times
  4. 4. Stress
  5. 5. Organizations React
  6. 6. The challenge Great bossesGreat co-workersWork that matters
  7. 7. General
  8. 8. Fact # 1 – Everyone is Good at Something
  9. 9. Fact # 1 – Everyone is Good at Something
  10. 10. How Can You Find What People Are Good At? 3 Slides showing P3 profiles – and candidate to job match report
  11. 11. Drake P3 BenefitsDrake P3 is a web based assessment technology combining the science ofpsychology and statistical analysis with simple to use technology • In use since 1983 • Used by 20,000 managers in twelve countries • 97% of respondents find Drake P3 results 85% + accurate • Psychometrically based and validated • Supported by expert consultants, trainers, industrial psychologists, and legal counsel.
  12. 12. Online and Only Takes 10inutes
  13. 13. Try a Complimentary P3 Today
  14. 14. Oil and Water & Fact # 2
  15. 15. Oil and Water & Fact # 2
  16. 16. The Last Mile & Fact # 3 HR has to be good at the hard stuff
  17. 17. The Last Mile & Fact # 3• Workforce Productivity • Recruiting • Retention • Employee Engagement • Overall HR Costs • Manager Satisfaction • Dollar Impact of HR on the Business • Compensation and Benefits • Generalist Activities • Employee Relations • Training and Development • HR Goals Met
  18. 18. Workforce ProductivityThe ratio between the dollars spent on employeecosts (wages, benefits and overall HR expenses)and overall company revenue. Metrics in thiscategory could include:• Percentage Improvement• Dollar Value
  19. 19. RecruitingManagers consistently rate recruiting among the topthree things they expect from HR. Withoutoverdoing it, here are some simple metrics that youcan use to assess recruiting effectiveness:• Vacancy Days• Performance Appraisal Score• Manager Satisfaction• Turnover Rate
  20. 20. RetentionRetention is also a highly rated management issue.In this case, most turnover measures are toosimple.• Overall Employee Turnover• Performance Turnover• Preventable Turnover• Diversity Turnover• Dollar Impact• Managers’ Overall Satisfaction Rate
  21. 21. • Allows multiple people to give input into what the job is• Takes only 10 minutes• Online Survey• Get consensus easily!
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  23. 23. Contact Information Karen Meredith President Drake P3kmeredith@na.drakeintl.com 1-917-863-0030 Jay Rosales Drake Internationaljrosales@na.drakeintl.com 416-216-1070
  24. 24. Our Next WebinarMay 17th, 2012, 12 pm EST to 12:30 pm EDTDisability Management & Return toWork Programs >> Presented by Kathleen Collins, Health & SafetyManager, Drake InternationalRegister at http://drake-webinars.com

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