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10 HR stats to take to
the board

Showcase the value of HR in 2023

10 HR stats to take to the board booklet

Reporting on workforce statistics has never been more important. From health and safety to diversity and inclusion, this information can transform our bottom lines and help guide our strategy for the coming year.

To aid future planning, HR leaders need to present accurate and up-to-date employment data to the Board. We outline the HR stats which are integral for business fundamentals, ensure compliance across sector specific and general laws and help you adhere to all necessary regulations. Discover more about where to focus your workforce in 2023.

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Takeaways for your team:
  • The top stats which provide data-driven evidence to direct business focus
  • Increasing efficiency with learning and development trends
  • Benchmarking your skills coverage and how to address the resulting skills gap
  • Promoting diversity and inclusion
  • How to proactively improve engagement rates to reduce absence rates

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Meet the writers:

With expert guidance from Natural HR COO Sarah Dowzell and Claire Watt FCIPD, the report will cover the biggest trends and top-line stats to take into the boardroom – for 2023 and beyond.

Sarah Dowzell

Sarah Dowzell

COO and Co-Founder of Natural HR

Sarah holds a First-Class Honours Degree in Business Studies and an Associate CIPD membership. Having started her career aged 21 as a commercial cleaning employer, she is now chief operating officer at Natural HR.


Claire Watt FCIPD

Chartered Director at Ditton HR

Claire is a qualified HR and training professional with a Master’s in Personnel and Development. As a CIPD member, Claire has been in HR and training since 1994. She has worked with not-for-profits, retailers and professional services, and today is chartered director at Ditton HR.