Whether you are hiring or working to engage and retain employees, the best HR data should be used with easy-to-use HR dashboard templates. Find HR dashboard examples to help you create your own HR dashboard as a single source of truth for your HR reporting.
With so many HR data metrics to measure and the ability to generate reports on just about anything, what do you do when data just becomes too complicated and too overwhelming? Let’s explore, when HR data gets complicated, how to simplify it quickly!
Being data-driven is a top priority for many organizations. Many organizations have fifteen different HR systems and no way to generate meaningful reports to stakeholders. What are examples of HR analytics metrics and what should you be measuring?
Do you think metrics and analytics are the same? Think again. Dive in to read all about the difference, and how analytics and metrics apply to HR.
BI tools might be considered a viable alternative to clunky messy spreadsheets but require deep data analytics and data science expertise. Dashboards on the other hand promise ease-of-use and have been making data accessible for leading HR departments like Axios. Read all about the best solution for automated HR reporting.
Spreadsheets may be synonymous with HR departments but MS Excel came out over 35 years ago and are no longer fit for purpose. Bring your HR data into the 21st century with an HR dashboard that will meet your company needs.
Let’s give a warm welcome to Brett Ungashick, the founder of Outsail.We will discuss how you can choose the right HR Software for your business!
Trying to decide between HRIS, HRMS, or HCMS systems? There is a difference and HR managers should take into consideration what their needs are to make that decisions.