Metrics for HR Professionals
Collected data can be qualitative, quantitative, or a mixture of both. Qualitative data are often associated with words or perspectives and are often collected through ways such as interviews. For example, an organization might conduct exit interviews to ask previous employees why they decided to leave and to better understand these employees’ general perspectives on their experiences while at the organization. That would lend itself to developing common themes learned from the interviewees. Those themes could be reported on in some detail and could provide fairly in-depth information for qualitative data analysis related to HRM.