1.3 Employee Metrics

Shows the big picture of your employees and highlights some of them:

  • High potential employees: individuals within an organization who exhibit exceptional capabilities, strong motivation, and a demonstrated capacity to take on higher responsibilities and leadership roles in the future.
  • High performers: individuals within an organization who consistently exhibit exceptional skills, dedication, and results in their roles, often exceeding performance expectations and contributing significantly to the overall success of the team and the organization.
  • Watch out employees: individuals within an organization who exhibit behaviours, characteristics, or performance patterns that require careful observation and consideration. These employees may display signs of potential issues or challenges that could impact their job performance, team dynamics, or overall workplace environment. Monitoring and addressing these watch-outs employees is essential to ensure a productive and harmonious work atmosphere.
  • Overworked Employees: individuals within a workplace who consistently bear an excessive workload or task demands that go beyond their capacity and may adversely affect their well-being, productivity, and overall job satisfaction. Identifying and addressing overworked employees is crucial to maintain a healthy work-life balance and preventing burnout, which can lead to decreased performance, increased absenteeism, and negative impacts on the overall work environment.

Below you’ll find some of the highlighted charts for you:

Workforce evolution provides a thorough overview of how your team’s personnel has changed in recent months. This data is valuable for making strategic decisions about resource allocation and enhancing performance.

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The attrition rate is the rate at which members leave an organization, calculated as a percentage of the total workforce over a specific period of time. The attrition rate is a crucial metric for leaders as it provides insights into the health and stability of their organization. By analyzing the attrition rate, leaders can identify trends and patterns in employee turnover, which can offer valuable information about workplace culture, job satisfaction, leadership effectiveness, and overall employee engagement. This data can guide leaders in making strategic decisions to improve retention strategies, enhance employee satisfaction, and create a more positive work environment. Monitoring and addressing attrition can help organizations maintain a skilled and motivated workforce, reduce recruitment costs, and ultimately contribute to sustainable growth and success.