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How to measure the return on your HR investment

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Human resources professionals have it tough when it comes to demonstrating their value to the organization, especially because executive leaders want to measure it in terms of dollars and cents. While it can be challenging to calculate the return on your investment in data analytics or other HR initiatives, it's not impossible - you can put a number to your outcomes. This article walks you through the process of calculating your own return on investment so you can sell it to decision-makers (and get some budget to work with moving forward).

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