HR OKRs

Well-crafted OKR examples for your HR department to transform your company culture by providing world-class employee experience


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HR OKR Examples

  • HR is a critical business function that recruits and nurtures the most precious resource of the organization – its people.
  • CEOs look at CHRO as a valuable partner in their quest to create a high-performance team.
  • HR plays a vital role in establishing the culture of the organization by ensuring the right people are recruited, treating employees & alumni as valuable resources.
  • HR also creates an inclusive environment to retain valuable diverse talent and designs a performance management system that values outcome, teamwork, and collaboration.

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Develop a World-Class Employee Onboarding Program

While HR is responsible for many facets of employee experience, nothing looms quite as large as an employee’s first impressions of your company. This can set the tone for that employee’s career, as well as dictate how well-prepared and comfortable they are in their new role with your company. Let’s take a look at an OKR for developing a world-class employee onboarding program– a goal that will improve employee performance, satisfaction, and transition into work culture.

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Establish a Wonderful Employee Wellness Program

Ensuring that employees are taking care of themselves can produce a better work culture, as well as higher productivity and job satisfaction. So many companies are committing to wellness programs because they know that finding a way to bring an integral part of everyday life into the workplace lets employees know you care, and that they can find a good work-life balance at your company. In this OKR, let’s take a look at the objective to build a wonderful employee wellness program, and how you can measure this goal.

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Improve Compensation and Benefits Competitiveness

Compensation and benefits packages can be an important part of employee satisfaction and retention in your company. Having a finger on the pulse of market trends and being able to keep up with what other companies in your industry can offer employees is an important facet of the HR department’s duties. In this video, we’ll show you how to build an OKR for improving compensation and benefits competitiveness with strong, specific key results and a step-by-step guide to entering your OKR into the Profit.co platform.

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Ensure Adequate HR Compliance

Developing OKRs that set standards for processes you’ve always had in place can be a great opportunity to align your team, and get all employees on the same page. In this video, we’ll build an OKR to ensure there’s adequate HR compliance within the company. With specific, measurable key results, this will motivate your department, streamline the improvement of your team, and ensure that HR can function as needed in your company.

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-Phil Jackson

“The strength of the team is each individual member. The strength of each member is the team.”

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Improve Training for Frontline Employees

Tailoring OKRs to your department’s specific goals will help your team be more productive and efficient in their execution of objectives. In this example, we’ll look at the OKR “Improve Training for Frontline Employees” and show you specific and measurable key results that greatly impact this goal, driving progress forward within your company.

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Improve Inclusion and Diversity

It’s important for your HR department to have a clear sense of diversity within your company. This is a critical part of work culture, as well as ensuring that all members of your organization are being seen and understood. Here, we’ll build an HR OKR to improve inclusion and diversity within your company. Using measurables familiar to HR professionals, you can make great strides in this area and show your commitment to promoting a work culture that is open for everyone.

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Develop Succession Planning for the Leadership Team

One of the best characteristics of OKRs is that they help you look ahead– ahead in the quarter, in the year, and in the very future of your company. HR is in the unique position to spot high-potential employees and find candidates that can do great things in, and for, the company. In this video, we’ll build an OKR that’s focused on developing leadership skills with the objective “Develop Succession Planning for the Leadership Team”.

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Improve Talent Risk Management

Talent Risk Management (TRM) is an important facet of an HR department’s duties. Evaluating the potential of current employees and anticipating the personnel needs of the company is vital to having a clear understanding of a company’s team members as well as the company’s future. Building an OKR to improve talent risk management is a good idea for the human resources department at any company. In this video, we’ll show you specific and impactful key results for this objective.

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-Michelangelo

“The greater danger for most of us lies not in setting our aim too high and falling short; but in setting our aim too low and achieving our mark.”

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Increase Employee Engagement

It can be difficult for a human resources department to know exactly what factors are contributing to an employee’s experience at their company. Employee engagement is usually a good indicator of how an employee feels about their environment, however it can be hard to know what needs to change and what can be improved if the employee isn’t especially forthcoming about their experience. In this video, we’ll build the OKR “Increase Employee Engagement” and show key results that can measure employee engagement and help you enhance the employee experience at your company.

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