Welcome to the ICV Expert Work Group HR Controlling

Our mission

The Expert Work Group deals with all areas of HR controlling and works out its importance, also in comparison with other areas of the company. In doing so, it contributes to the transparency of this area and its tasks.

In order to achieve these objectives, the Expert Work Group has developed an initial 11-point plan for the Expert Work Group meetings. They take place every third Thursday of the month from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. (online).

Can I get involved?
If you are already implementing HR controlling and would like to share your knowledge and experiences in the ICV community and our ICV Expert Work Group, we look forward to hearing from you!

More about the 11-point plan: click “Read more”.

The 11-point plan for the ICV Expert Work Group HR Controlling

  1. Personnel planning and personnel management
    HR controlling supports the analysis of current and future personnel requirements. It helps to determine the optimal workforce to achieve company goals.
  2. Personnel cost controlling
    Monitoring personnel costs to ensure they are in line with company objectives. This also includes the analysis of personnel costs in relation to productivity.
  3. Reporting and HR analytics
    Preparation of reports and analyzes for management in order to make informed decisions in the area of human resources.
  4. ESG
    Measurement of your own processes and your own internal management.
  5. Indicators and performance indicators (KPIs)
    Defining and monitoring indicators that measure the performance and efficiency of HR processes and measures. These include, for example, the fluctuation rate, employee satisfaction or the costs per employee.
  6. Employee development and qualification / talent management
    Evaluating and planning training and development activities to ensure that employees have the necessary skills and qualifications to carry out their tasks effectively.
  7. Benchmarking
    Comparing HR performance indicators to industry standards or competitors' performance to identify strengths and weaknesses.
  8. Recruiting Controlling
    Analysis of the effectiveness of recruiting measures, including the cost per new hire, the time to fill open positions and the quality of the employees hired.
  9. Talent Management
    Identification of key people in the company and implementation of measures for long-term retention and development of talent.
  10. Working time and attendance management
    Monitoring work hours, absenteeism and attendance to increase productivity and efficiency.
  11. Diversity Management
    Promoting diversity and equal opportunities in the company and monitoring corresponding key figures.


Head of the Work Group

Contact: Christian Bramkamp

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