Human Resources OKR Examples
How-to Guide to Writing Good Human Resources OKRs with
Example Objectives and Key Results
When getting started with Human Resources OKRs - Objectives and Key Results -
the common questions we get at Weekdone are:
- How to write good Human Resources OKRs?
- Can you give me examples of good Human Resources OKRs?
- What should I put in my Human Resources OKRs?
To answer these questions we created this database of example Human Resources OKRs so you
can get started and write your own company, department, team, or personal OKRs.
- Improve internal employee engagement and job satisfaction
- Conduct 3 monthly "Fun Friday" all-hands meetings with motivational speakers
- Interview 48 employees on their needs for improving our work culture.
- Implement using OKRs and Weekdone software in all 23 teams
- Reach weekly employee satisfaction score of at least 4.7 points
- Get well acquainted with OKRs & configure Weekdone for launch
- Recruitment outreach campaign for engineering
- Conduct career day seminars in 5 universities
- Harvest Linkedin to collect 250 potential new candidates
- Organise an open career day at the office with at least 50 participants
- Redesign and publish our careers and jobs website section
- Define and promote company culture and values
- Survey all employees on our current values (min 75 answers received)
- With 3 separate teams, conduct brainstorm sessions to redefine our culture
- Design and promote our new values on intranet and in office environment
- Improve satisfaction with receptionist’s work
- Decrease number of complaints and negative feedback per quarter from 15 to 5
- Increase positive feedback items and praise from 5 to 15 per quarter
- Increase end-user satisfaction rating from 4.0 to 4.5
- Self-educate in areas related to being a great secretary
- Take 2 online video courses on being a great secretary
- Read daily on topics related to customer success in front office
- Conduct a survey among colleagues to evaluate areas of improvement in my work
- "Where do I want to go?"
- O Objective
- B Bracing
- J Judicious
- E Exact
- C Clearly understandable
- T Tangible
- Key Results
- "How do I get there?"
- R Reachable
- E Exponent
- S Significant
- U Undestandable
- L Limited to numbers
- T Trackable
- OKR Best Practices
- 3-4 Objectives max per level (e.g. per person)
- 3-5 Key Results max per Objective
- Write for other people: they must clearly understand your goals
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