24–25 July 2013
Ballywoods Office Park, Bryanston, Johannesburg
Human resource metrics is a major contemporary business capability, possibly the single most important and contemporary of HR competencies. Metrics entail the ability to apply analytical tools to personnel situations, including quantitative, strategic and financial analysis tools.
The kinds of strategic and financial skills taught through this HR metrics workshop enable practitioners to propel human resource management to the core of organisational boardrooms and strategic imperatives.
Contact Bianca Moagi
or 011 706 60009.
Prof Gregory John Lee
Prof Gregory John Lee is Associate Professor in Decision Sciences at Wits Business School, where he is also acting Academic Director. He focuses on issues in human resource management, notably HR metrics, in which he has established himself as a leading expert, and other areas such as employee turnover and the employee-customer link. Prof Lee has recently published the first HR Metrics book giving practical instruction and demonstration (Knowledge Resources, 2011). In addition, he is a well-known writer, speaker and consultant, publishes in many trade publications such as Human Capital Review, and is a frequent speaker at local and international HR conferences. He consults to companies in the areas of both HR and statistical analysis. He has many leading academic publications in the international arena such as the Journal of Human Resource Costing & Accounting, International Journal of HRM, International Journal of Manpower, European Journal of Operational Management, Scientometrics, African Journal of Business Management, and many local South African journals.
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- Registration fees include refreshments, lunch, parking and conference materials
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