“Anyone who compares the dashboard of a car to that of the jet plane would immediately see that as speed increases, so does the need for more performance gauges and measures.”
— John Sullivan
Regardless of industry, leaders at America’s most innovative companies will tell you that the most important resource for business growth and success is the organization’s human capital. And if attracting and retaining top talent is the number one goal of the company, what should Human Resource Departments be focused on? Talent.
What is a typical HR Department actually doing every day instead of finding and keeping talent? Benefits management, payroll processing, insurance costing, documentation, and a number of other processes that have nothing to do with the most important aspect of their job. Smart companies are outsourcing these processes to providers that can deliver all these tasks in one system—which keeps HR managers focused on not just what’s on fire, but what is actually critical to success.