Scorecards that collect and analyze employee satisfaction metrics give decision-makers anonymous data that helps identify challenges in the workplace. Trend analysis of these metrics offers insight into how changes in corporate policy and culture affect employees, and can help prevent worker dissatisfaction.
Secure Intranet sites let employees visit their own personal dashboards where they track and advance their career growth. Managers can use the dashboard to provide consistent, performance-based compensation to their employees with valuable performance metrics, such as job-specific mandates, executive strategy targets and personal development goals defined during personal development planning (PDP) sessions.
Every organization has employees who are critical to the smooth operation of the business. Using an analytical quadrant, you can visually identify the strengths and weaknesses of your team by examining experience, length of employment, satisfaction, job role, and peer review scores.
Analytical dashboards can provide a single view of employee data, such as absences, travel and expenses, overtime, payroll, benefits, stock options, and incentives in a secure, user-authenticated framework. Using this data, managers and HR staff can better negotiate salary and benefits, track expenditures, and more effectively schedule employees.
Dashboards can make a difference in leadership development programs that train and reward employees. Use them to track manager performance based on the number of hours their employees spend in leadership training and personal development, rewards paid for innovation, and hours spent mentoring.
Visualize Such KPIs As:
- Employee Satisfaction
- Peer Review Score
- Overtime Hours
- Personal Development Hours
- Mentoring Hours
- Rewards Paid for Innovation