PVP’s HR Analytics Tools are designed as the starting point for your organization to identify and define its areas of strengths and weaknesses. Moreover, its built-in predictive power can pinpoint key drivers that directly affect your HR metrics. Consequently, the information and insights gathered will help your HR to purposively craft targeted training programs and solutions for your organization.
HR ANALYTICS TOOLS
eWellnessMetre is an HR Analytics tool with emphasis on mental health in the workplace. It identifies how many employees are experiencing mild, severe, or extremely severe stress, anxiety depression, burnout and as well as the factors that cause these. It helps companies identify areas where they can improve their wellness programs.
While the employees get their individual assessments, the company gets a detailed report on its overall mental health, engagement, satisfaction scores and other metrics.
Key Mental Health Metrics
PVP’s HRMetre is our most comprehensive HR analytics tool. It measures, predicts, and tracks, drivers of key human resource metrics that directly affect employee performance.
It provides your company with:
• Descriptive analytics
• Predictive analytics
• Workforce segmentation analytics
Key HR Metrics
Employee Net Promoter Score (eNPS)
Intention to Stay
Competency and Performance-Based Assessment
PVP’s Competency and Performance-Based Assessment is an online performance appraisal tool based on the competency model. The competency model approach provides organizations a competitive advantage by identifying and emphasizing the skills of employees that support organizational core competencies and strategy.
Competency-Based Leadership Assessment
PVP’s Competency-Based Leadership Assessment aims to align the performance management system for leaders with the current needs and strategic directions of the company. Development of the tool will be grounded on the company’s core values, and specifically captures leadership behaviors that reflect the areas of execution and results, coaching, collaboration within and between departments, and teamwork.
Analysis of organizational goals
Defining the right knowledge, skills and attitudes
Defining relevant job behaviors
Designing of training and development
Training needs analysis is a process in which the gap between the actual and the desired knowledge, skills, and attitudes (KSAs) in a job are identified.