Introduction: The introduction provides a brief historical overview, the reasoning for recommendations, and previews the report’s major points.  A

 

  • Introduction: The introduction provides a brief historical overview, the reasoning for recommendations, and previews the report’s major points. 
  • A General Discussion on HR Metrics: This section should include a discussion about the main types and categories of Human Resource Metrics; what each metrics measure; their importance in analyzing the effectiveness of a company’s human capital expenditures; the importance of using quantification in measuring the effectiveness of a company’s human resources. 
  • Suggested Metrics for a Mid-Sized Company: This section should include a discussion about which metrics are important for a mid-sized company detailing the reasons why they are important. Also discuss which metrics are must-haves for mid-sized companies, and which metrics are wanted. 
  • Collecting Comparative Data on Human Resource Metrics: This section should include a discussion on the various public or private sources of benchmark Human Resource Metrics data;  a report on what you found from the research on sources of benchmark Human Resource Metrics, and then an explanation about which sources you would recommend for a mid-sized company. Important! Do NOT simply cut and paste information from websites or copy information directly. 
  • Conclusion: Provide appropriate concluding remarks by summarizing the purpose of the research. 

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