Employee Metrics Features and Functions
Data warehousing describes the process of defining, populating, and using a data warehouse. Creating, populating, and querying a data warehouse typically carries an extremely high price tag, but the return on investment can be substantial.
- Staff headcount, movement, and turnover trends analyses and reports
- Workforce planning reporting
- EEO/affirmative action/disabled employee reporting
- Absence and leave accrual reporting
- Wage and salary costs data, with detailed breakdowns across, for example, earnings, deductions, and disbursements
- Reports on vacancies and the effectiveness of filling them such as time to fill, cost per applicant, and average time of retaining the position
- Competency profile of the workforce, with breakdowns per departments, positions, etc.
- HR budgeting reports (dollars, hours, FTE, and headcount)
- Budgeting versus actual comparisons by position or business unit
- External and internal training requirements reports, with detailed breakdowns per departments, positions, etc.
- Reports on training history, success rate, course attendance, inability to accommodate all interested candidates, etc.
- Alert supervisor when an employee is out of compliance in training or certification
- Report on vacation usage and alert supervisors when allocation is exhausted
Workforce Management Features and Functions