This third session in the series will help you and your team understand:
- The challenges of collecting your own HR data
- The importance of standard data definitions
- When is it useful to benchmark against others, and when is it better to compare against your own progress
- How to overcome some of the common barriers to getting started
- Data governance issues
Jane Cooper is a research associate at the Conference Board of Canada. Jane has expertise as a policy analyst specializing in human resource development issues in Canada and internationally, and is a Credentialed Evaluator (Canadian Evaluation Society). She has twenty-five years’ experience in research and management on a variety of learning and development initiatives. Jane holds an M.Sc. in Human Resource Management and Development from the University of Manchester.
Lisa Irish, CHRL, owns and manages the HR Metrics Service, a Canadian business that offers clients the opportunity to demonstrate the value of their human resources by measuring and comparing the performance of their organization’s human capital. Lisa has 20 years’ experience working analytics and HR metrics benchmarking with Canadian organizations. Lisa holds a B.A. in Psychology from Brock University, and a Certificate in the Management of Human Resources from Niagara College.