Employee overview dashboard
Quick glimpse about the future of Dashboards with LeaveBoard. Our developers are working on a new employee overview dashboard, where you will be able to discover key company data about your human resources: headcount, new hires, terminations, fluctuation percentage, average age of staff, length in service or headcount by gender male-female, headcount by teams & offices, headcount by age range.
What should you do to ensure the HR dashboard is helpful?
Make sure it is regularly updated with real info, so the dashboard remains a relevant resource for you and for your company. Also, the data needs to be checked for errors as much as possible.
The HR Dashboard has different levels of information and access, depending on who is accessing it.
So we offer three types of dashboards for administrators, for supervisors, and for employees.
As you might expect, the administrator has the highest level of access, being able to oversee the time-off booked by every employee, the vacation calendar, and many more using the time off management system. A supervisor will be able to approve time-off requests for their team and have a clear view of who is off and when.
Finally, the employee has his own dashboard, which allows him to plan time-off, see a balance of all taken leaves and upcoming public holidays.
Do you think there is a core employee data that you believe the LeaveBoard dashboards are missing? Please do let us know. We’re keen to discover how we can help you as a HR Pro or Line Manager to succeed, and have a competitive advantage using essential data from your human capital.
What is HR data?
When it comes to HR data, this is practically the information that comes from the profile of an employee. Information such as date of birth, date on employment or the annual leave summary are part of the workforce analytics. Moreover, the headcount, the number of employees per department or office, absenteeism are practical HR insights that distances HR leaders from the ones that are keen on the best practices vs the laggers that are not considering the power of HR analytics to improve employee performance and employee retention.
How to customize your dashboard?
Use the HR Reporting feature to obtain tailored made analytics for your department, or for a specific subset of employees. And once you have the data that you are looking for, you can download it in Excel format and then then manipulate it further - think about charts, pies, and line bars. All the data that takes hours to put together and update - you have it available in front of your eyes, updated automatically, and available instantly.
All in all, an HR Dashboard doesn’t have to be seen as something complicated, it’s a very useful tool for managing, overseeing and understanding team dynamics.