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Quick Overview of Your Key Figures!

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How does your company solve the task of taking out statistics and key figures to allow you to check in with the company´s health and progress? Do you and your co-managers want to have quick and easy access to a snapshot of the company with up-to-date figures – each morning? If the answer is yes, a dashboard is the perfect tool for you! We have put together the top seven advantages with this digital control panel. The dashboard packages important data concerning the staff and the company, which makes it an excellent tool for the company management, HR and others who instantly need an up-to-date picture of how the business is doing. For instance, how high is the sick leave level and how does it differ between department A and department B? What´s the status of the employee turnover, and what patterns may be distinguished? With pie charts, graphs, traffic lights and other intuitive graphic, the dashboard transforms inane figures to valuable insights – with a few clicks of a button. Are you curious as to what your organisation might gain from using a dashboard solution? We have compiled the top seven advantages with Flex HRM dashboard – our smart digital control panel directly in your HR system.

Top seven reasons for using a dashboard for your important HR data

  1. Makes data easy to interpret Gaining access to data is hardly a problem for companies today – it is generated in excess in all the different digital systems on a daily basis. The next step, however, is something that tends to cause problems, when we try to interpret and making use of the information – and this is exactly where a dashboard can make the entire difference.What makes dashboards so powerful is that they parcel data in a way that makes it easy to process. Similar to the dashboard of a car, the HR dashboard is built up by numerous graphic elements visualizing different types of information in an intuitive way. Because, by all means, digits in tables and spreadsheets may provide useful information, but the fact is that our brain tend to prioritize such data that is tangible and easy to interpret. Did you know, for instance, that is take double the time for us to identify the highest value in a table compared to a diagram? With this in mind, letting a dashboard deliver your important key figures in a visual and comprehensible way – by means of bar graphs, line graphs, gauges and other graphic – seems like a much smarter option, doesn´t it?
  2. Saves time and energy How much time does your company spend on taking out and evaluating statistics and key figures? Do your managers have to email HR as soon as they need to take out a report with updated figures for their respective department? A solution like Flex HRM dashboard lets you automatize and speed the entire process. The managers can take out relevant statistics by themselves, directly in the dashboard – without having to steal time from the HR department (whit an already busy schedule). In addition, you can always rest assured that you can rely on the data and that no figures will be outdated, as the dashboard updates everything in real time.
  3. The right information to the right person What key figures are most critical and relevant for you? As we know that needs may vary – between as well as within companies – Flex HRM dashboard doesn´t come with a static and predefined package. Instead it allows you to set up as many dashboards as you like, with flexible combinations of panels and data. Then it´s just the matter of connecting access to your different target groups – to make sure that the right information reaches the right person. In this ways, your company management and HR can easily access just the information they need, no more and no less. And at the same time other staff members can take part of such information that may be useful for them – they simply click and open it in the HR system.

    The dashboard aids managers and HR in identifying warning signs – to allow them to take timely action.

  4. Visualizes your common goals The dashboard gives you access to a joint status update and a shared understanding of your aims for the future – where do we stand today and where are we heading? As a bonus, the company will benefit from an increased commitment, a strengthened sense of togetherness and more engaged staff. In other words: you will have a win-win for the company and the individual staff members!
  5. Compiles data from several sources in one single view Are your important data spread out in several different tools and systems? If so, you will likely struggle with keeping a good overview. What makes the use of an dashboard as an integrated part of your HR system a such intelligent solution is that it puts together data from several different places in the system in one single interface, without troublesome transfers. We can take the sick leave as an example – an important proof of the company´s health. In Flex HRM dashboard you can easily take out these figures, applied on the current situation and historically, and make comparisons between departments. All these data are easily retrieved from the time reports in the integrated time system. And in case you would need access to older details that can´t be extracted directly from the system, they can be imported to the dashboard via file or API. Quite clever, isn´t it?
  6. The right decision in the right time To make those truly well-grounded decisions for your business, estimations and guesses will not do –quick and reliable facts are what you need. Flex HRM dashboard helps managers to work proactively and early identify warning signs and indications that you are heading the wrong way – whether it concerns your sick leave, personnel turnover or another one of your critical key figures. This is possible thanks to the visual clarity and the clever ”traffic light function”, with colour signals and other graphic that clearly tells you if things are under control or if the gauges are approaching the red area – to allow you to take timely action.
  7. Many facets of flexibility Create any number of dashboards and tailor them for different roles, name them as you like, puzzle your panels together exactly in the way you like it, experiment with gauges, graphs and pie charts, make selections and comparison on both a company level and a department level… A dashboard provides a completely different kind of flexibility that what physical reports and other system support can offer. And since Flex HRM dashboard is a cloud solution you will not be tied to the office computer – just click and open your dashboards wherever and whenever you like – perfect if you for instance need to have quick status update on an ongoing meeting.

Getting started with Flex HRM dashboard – a quick guide

If you haven´t got in touch with dashboards before you might find it a bit complicated. But, as a matter of fact, the whole things is rather straightforward, four simple steps and you are good to go.

  1. Create your dashboards Choose for yourself how many you wish to use and what they should be called.
  2. Decide who should be able to see what To limit the access to your different dashboards, connect them to your various roles.
  3. Design your panels For instance, you can use one panel for number of employees, one for personnel turnover and one for sick leave – everything in the same dashboard.
  4. Choose your preferred graphics Choose if you wish to use e.g. pie charts, line graphs, bar charts, gauges with green/yellow/red light – or a combination of several elements.

Finished! All you have to do now is letting your dashboards deliver your important key figures – neat, tidy and always updated in real time!

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