Three Employee Metrics Worth Measuring In 2022

By Isaac Kohen, VP of R&D at Teramind, provider of employee monitoring, data loss prevention (“DLP”) and workplace productivity solutions.

Uncertainty has abounded for businesses in the past 24 months. Whether they adapted to operational transitions, supply chain disruptions or hiring challenges, unpredictability was par for the course.

Assessing this unpredictable business landscape, the New York Times noted (paywall), “at companies large and small, new and old, public and private, 2021 was a year that played havoc with expectations. Through it all, C.E.O.s swapped some of their favorite tropes—timelines, confidence, strategic plans—for something new: saying ‘I don’t know.’ Or even: ‘I changed my mind.’”

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