HR Solutions: Optimize your HR processes with HR analytics & personnel cost planning

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FTE/HC and personnel cost planning

HR People Planning

People Planning is animportant strategic planning process to achieve the corporate goals. It concenconcentrates onThe focus is on deploying the right employees with the right skills in the right place at the right time. In particular, the aspect of ofdetermination of personnel requirementsis taken into account.

HR Controlling

HR People Analytics

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Your contact person for HR Solutions

"Our mission is to enable companies to make optimal use of their employee resources and thus achieve their individual success goals. With customized solutions and a strong focus on our clients' needs, we go beyond traditional HR management to create a sustainable and effective working environment."

Dominik Schalm
Dominik Schalm
Senior Analytics Consultant

4 good reasons for using HR Solutions

The human resources environment for companies is very dynamic and is increasingly becoming a business-critical competitive advantage for companies. 

The main drivers here are:

Shortage of skilled workers and high employee turnover at the same time.

Lack of young trainees.

Budget constraints from financial planning.

Further development and training of employees for new skills (e.g. AI, electromobility).

Nevertheless, we see that many companies continue to prepare and evaluate personnel planning data manually in the form of Excel spreadsheets. This is not only very time-consuming, but also prone to errors. Merging multiple, split Excel lists harbors various risks, be it connection/formula or manual transfer errors. Furthermore, restricting the visibility of sensitive data, such as salaries, is not automatically guaranteed.

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Your information material for the topic of sustainability analytics

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Sustainability is important,
but why is sustainability analytics important?

The collection of sustainability data has become indispensable for the long-term success of a company. Sustainability analytics not only provides a competitive advantage, but above all more planning security in the dynamically changing economy.

Deep insights into your sustainability performance

Sustainability Analytics can be used to analyze data in the area of sustainability, such as the CO₂ footprint of products. Only those who make their corporate actions measurable can also steer them in the direction of a more sustainable future. New software analysis tools offer the possibility not only to measure past and current data, but also to make forecasts.

Environmental and social awareness is demanded by stakeholders

More and more employees are looking for jobs in sustainable companies. The demands of internal (e.g. employees) and external (e.g. applicants, investors) stakeholders can be responded to with the appropriate solutions.

Compliance with legal requirements

With sustainability analytics, you can ensure compliance with legal obligations . The processed data can then be provided in the form of a sustainability report, true to standard. 

Sustainable investment opportunities

Only companies that transparently document and communicate their sustainability performance (see EU Taxonomy Directive) can be classified as sustainable. Investment funds target sustainably certified companies (ESG certification). 

No more green-washing discussion!

Transparency about one's own sustainability data removes doubts, for example in the direction of "green washing". The Sustainability Analytics indicators help to document, benchmark and report sustainability performance in a credible and measurable way.

Do not react, but act!

What applies to climate protection also applies to sustainability analytics: Act before it's too late! In order to achieve goals such as the EU Green Deal climate neutrality by 2050, the right KPIs are needed. 

What is Sustainability Analytics: Laptop showing Sustainability Analytics with a question mark on the screen.

What are HR Solutions?

Sustainability analytics refers to the comprehensive use of internal and external data as well as large volumes of data ("big data") on economic, environmental and social issues

This data can be evaluated using intelligent analysis methods in order to subsequently identify correlations and derive suitable measures. 

The 3 best-known sub-areas of sustainability analytics are:

  1. Green Controlling(ecological dimension of sustainability)
  2. Corporate Social Responsibility & its measurement(social dimension of sustainability)
  3. Green Finance(economic dimension of sustainability) 

Sustainability Analytics not only helps you stay within the regulatory framework, but also gives you and your company insights into your own sustainability performance.

Frequently used synonyms for sustainability analytics are: 

  • Sustainability Analytics, 
  • Sustainability Solutions, 
  • Sustainable Solutions 
  • Analytics for Sustainability or 
  • Analytics in Sustainability.

Implement more sustainability in 6 steps

Step 1

Kick-off workshop: Recording the status quo

Where do I stand on the issue of sustainability and where do I want to go? 

Step 2

Identification & definition of KPIs

Based on my sustainability goals, the appropriate KPIs are identified and defined.

Step 3

Data collection: Where is my data?

Access to internal and/or external data from public databases.

Step 4

Technical implementation: Importing the data

Import data into a customised environment for easy processing and analysis.

Step 5

Evaluation, interpretation & optimisation

Delivering insights into your sustainability performance and discussing how to optimise performance.

Step 6

Analytics Sustainability Report

Preparation of a sustainability report according to the required standard. This report can be shared internally and externally.

FAQs on the topic of HR Solutions?

  1. What specific challenges or bottlenecks within your HR processes do HR Solutions address?
  2. How do the HR solutions on offer differ from other solutions available on the market?
  3. What technological innovations or tools are used by HR Solutions to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of HR strategies?
  4. How are HR Solutions' HR solutions adapted to the individual needs and size of a company?
  5. What success stories or case studies can you provide to prove the effectiveness of your HR solutions?

Yes - because sustainability is no longer a nice-to-have, but a must-have. 

As a 2020 study by Capgemini highlighted, around 79% of all consumers change their purchasing preferences based on sustainability. Products or services are purchased by a total of 66 % of consumers based on their sustainability. It can therefore be assumed that a company will lose customers if no attention is paid to the issue of sustainability. 

The study also states that a loss of sales of up to 6% can be observed when sustainability is not practiced. 

    • EU Taxonomy: The classification of environmentally sustainable economic activities. For this purpose, 6 environmental objectives have been defined, of which 4 conditions must be met for an economic activity to be classified as environmentally sustainable. You can read more about the EU taxonomy in the here read. 
    • CSR Directive Implementation Act DE (CSR-RUG): Disclosure of information on non-financial aspects concerning environmental, employee and social concerns, respect for human rights and the fight against corruption and bribery. In each case, the disclosures must be made that are necessary for an understanding of the course of business, the business results and the situation of the company as well as the effects of its activities on the respective areas(DNK).
    • Non-Financial Reporting Directive EU (NFRD): Disclosure of non-financial and diversity-related information for companies with more than 500 employees. This requires disclosure of information on environmental matters, social issues and treatment of workers, respect for human rights, anti-corruption and bribery, and diversity on company boards(European Commission).
    • Due Diligence Act/ Supply Chain Act: Obligation to disclose human rights responsibility and due diligence along the entire supply chain of a company. For this purpose, companies receive a "clear, proportionate and reasonable legal framework for fulfilling their human rights due diligence obligations"(BMAS).

Yes, organisations face fines for non-compliance with EU taxonomy directives, for example. 

As long as the results are within the framework of regulatory requirements, nothing happens in the first place. But in the long run, this will develop into a competitive disadvantage, as more and more customers demand sustainable management and sustainable products. 

Rather, one must see the poor result of one's own sustainability performance as an opportunity - because no master has fallen from the sky and one can only improve. Accordingly, after a poor result, suitable measures can be derived to improve one's own sustainability performance. 

For small and medium-sized enterprises, it is difficult to stay up to date on the topic of sustainability analytics. Especially when it comes to the associated legal regulations (e.g. EU taxonomy, supply chain law) and the respective standards for reporting, it can be difficult to get an up-to-date overview. However, precisely because of this complexity of the topic, more and more consulting firms have specialised in the topic of "sustainability" in order to make it easier for end clients to work in the new sustainability environment. It is therefore advisable to get in touch with consulting firms such as s-peers AG. 

Start with HR Solutions?

Would you like to delve deeper into the topic of HR solutions? Then we look forward to working with you towards a more sustainable HR future. Simply get in touch with Dominik!

Your contact for HR Solutions:
Dominik Schalm
Dominik Schalm
Senior Analytics Consultant
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