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Evidence Based Human Resource (HR)

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What is "evidence based HR"? Why might an HR department resist becoming evidenced based?

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The concept of "evidence based HR" is using specific tools (key performance indicators) to help clarify course of action, identify errors or omissions, and align HR to corporate strategy. It forces HR professionals to measure their efficiency and effectiveness quantitatively. In addition, it presents a clearer way to share information with colleagues in a systematic way. One tool that is used is Critical Path Analysis, which helps illustrate the minimum time needed to complete a process. Another method is process mapping, which can help determine needed steps/tasks and enable users to systematically follow the process outlined. Utilizing these tools helps develop uniform, consistent operating ...

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This solution defines "evidence based HR" and explains why a HR department resist becoming evidenced based. Human resources is examined. The solution includes two APA formatted references.

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