Analytics, HR Technology & Operations
This category looks at the core operational deliverables of HR and how they can be optimised. It covers the technology that underpins HR, how it is evolving, and how HR functions are using technology to enhance their business impact and productivity. It includes how organisations can deploy workforce analytics to address workforce-related business issues and improve organisational performance.
23 September 2019
2020 CRF Learning Programme
CRF Learning is built on Corporate Research Forum’s 25 years of unparalleled HR experience. Our suite of HR learning and development programmes target enhancing the capability of the HR function and the people within it. We’re able to leverage our research and resources to help HR professionals rethink their whole approach to HR, making a fundamental difference to organisational performance. From human resources business partners, to HR directors, managers and facilitators, our 2020 CRF Learning Programme seeks to develop the individuals within HR, whilst also supporting the capability of the people function to deliver the organisational strategy. We can engage with organisations and human resources business partners on a bespoke basis, developing custom solutions tailored to the specific requirements and context of your organisation.More info
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August 16th 2011
Evidence-based HR: From Fads to Facts?
Compiled from desk research, a CRF survey and many interviews with HR leaders, experts and academics, this report examines in depth what evidence-based HR (EBHR) is – and is not. What is meant by evidence is discussed, along with how EBHR connects to measurement evaluation and diagnosis in HR.View Research
March 18th 2011
Project Briefing Note - Evidence Based HR
Examine the details of the research brief for the Evidence Based HR research report produced by CRF in 2011.Read Event Document
August 1st 2006
Executive Summary: Improving Performance Through Appraisal Dialogues
This executive summary outlines the key themes and recommendations from the full research report, Improving Performance Through Appraisal, which examines whether the formal dialogue in performance appraisal between an employee and their manager is effective in improving the employee's performance. Through member input, the characteristics of effective appraisals are revealed, including how they can be used to align individual and organisational goals and different appraisal techniques.Read Executive Summary