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Bad data threatens to stop HR analytics dead in its tracks

By / September 24, 2015 / , , , / 3 Comments

The relevance of HR analytics is threatened if human resources professionals rely on bad data to make strategic decisions. People analytics is a new concept in the world of HR. You may need to familiarise yourself with how to read and interpret data – mostly how to sort the good from the bad. The emerging […]

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Workforce modelling vs HR analytics

Navigo recently sent out an email campaign on the benefits of workforce modelling. Grant has been busy keeping up with the overwhelming response from HR pro’s who are looking to become Modelling Masters. This is a great opportunity to highlight the differences between workforce modelling and HR analytics. Both are great tools necessary for organisational success, but they […]

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4 ways people analytics will change the way human resources operates

People analytics are the latest trend in big data for HR. However, people analytics run the risk of taking the ‘human’ out of Human Resources. Human resources is about to get a new set of big data metrics. The measurement of people, both candidates and employees, is changing recruitment and succession planning for HR. People analytics have […]

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4 things every HR Pro needs to do today

By / June 23, 2015 / / 2 Comments

Depending on the size of your HR department and the size of your company, you’ve probably got your hands full with: advertising open positions recruiting new employees onboarding payroll managing complaints updating company policies staff training and development and offboarding. However that doesn’t mean you’re doing all these tasks as efficiently or easily as they could be. […]

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The Rise of the Customer Success Manager

By / May 19, 2015 / , , , / 0 Comments

Mad Men was one of the best shows on TV. Sadly, it recently ended after 92 episodes spanning 7 seasons. However, what I particularly loved about Mad Men is the way the writers have portrayed the dynamic Client/Account Manager relationship: they share everything from strip clubs, prostitution, car theft, bribery, adultery… the list just goes on […]

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Webinar: Top Tips to Improve HR/Payroll Operations

By / April 23, 2013 / / 0 Comments

Twenty years of consulting experience has taught us some valuable lessons about HR/Payroll operations.  We thought we should share them, because let’s face it, everyone wants to know how they can save time and money. Click here to Register for our Webinar Tuesday, 7th May 12 – 12:45pm AEST Presented by Peter Forbes, MD at Navigo During […]

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Navigo Research appoints Michael Specht as Senior Advisor

By / April 5, 2013 / / 0 Comments

Navigo Research is pleased to announce its recent hire of Michael Specht as Senior Advisor.  Specht will research technology use within HR, analysis of the HR Vendor landscape and provide advisory services. “The Australian HR Technology marketplace currently lacks localised and relevant research forcing organisations and vendors to look overseas or operate without a clear […]

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Onboarding Webinar: Wed 13th March, 2013

By / March 4, 2013 / / 0 Comments

Times are definitely changing when it comes to onboarding processes. Navigo are at the forefront of paperless employee onboarding, ensuring you secure that perfect candidate before someone else does! Join our webinar on Wednesday 13th March to see how paperless, automated, onboarding with HROnboard could change the way you work.   Save time and money No more chasing approvals […]

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Upcoming HR Events

By / April 27, 2010 / , / 0 Comments

The Australian HR and HR tech scene is lined up to be busy for the next months with a host of major events. A short list below, if you’d like us to add others we’ve missed please email us the details. Members of our team will be in attendance at most of these: We hope […]

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Visualising Organisational Metrics from Web-based Organisation Charts

By / May 18, 2009 / / 0 Comments

Written by Jim Candler, Human Concepts Re-published with permission. Introduction When we think of organisation charts, the delivery of analytical and metric information is not the first thing that comes to mind. Instead, we think of one or two page hierarchical charts used to view the reporting structure of a department or two. Usually these […]

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