Our untapped strategy for increasing HR productivity

HR department productivity series

Topics: Employee Engagement, Workforce, Employee Communication, Productivity, Frontline Accountability, Strategic Alignment

with Jennifer Stewart

May 30, 2013  |  HR Advancement Center

A Two-Part Approach to Increasing Productivity

As organizations transition to value-based payment systems, HR departments must prepare to achieve more—with the same amount of resources.

To increase HR department productivity, zero in on two levers. First, look at HR's overall operations to ensure structural barriers aren't standing in your way. Then, determine how efficient each individual is within this structure—and ensure all team members are working at the top of their abilities.

Both steps are critical to success, but HR leaders often overlook the opportunity to maximize individual productivity. Learn how you can get it right.

More in This Series

Learn three common misconceptions that might be inhibiting your department's productivity.

Discover four simple steps that you can take to increase department efficiency.

Learn More

HR Investment Center members can read more about our two-part approach and have access to our study, The Highly Productive HR Department.