The average commute tells you how long it takes, on average, for your employees to get to work. This can help you make better choices about the location of your current offices, and to inform your growth and expansion strategies.
The average number of direct reports shows you how many employees the average manager at your company oversees. This is used to understand if your managers are being stretched, or have capacity for growing their team.
This tells you the average amount of time an employee has been with your company. This can form part of your overall turnover statistics, and give you an at-a-glance picture of how long-term your average employee is.
The current headcount shows you just how many employees are currently in your company. Use this snapshot to see if you’re growing or shrinking, and for working out your averages in a given moment of the company’s progress.
This helps you see how many employees you need to hire, given your current attrition. This means you can focus your hiring efforts to meet your goal, to counterbalance the rate at which employees are leaving.
See how many contractors are currently employed at the company, so you can create more accurate headcount forecasts and better understand your workforce.
This is the ratio between manager roles and individuals who do not manage others. This metric can help you understand whether your hiring challenges are more pronounced at a senior or management level.
This complex analysis uses data from multiple streams to identify pay equity gaps in your organization.
This tells you the percentage of employees of color, relative to the size of the full-time workforce, in your company.
See the percentage of employees that identify as a woman, relative to the size of the full-time workforce, in your company
See the distribution of management roles compared to individuals who do not manage others. That can show you if your organizational structure is top heavy.
This can help you understand whether you are transferring problematic employees rather than pursuing disciplinary action – and indicate if there are wider cultural issues that allow problematic behaviors to pass.
The promotions metric helps you understand the career mobility in your company.
Understand the rate at which different groups of people move upward within the company. Use this to benchmark, set, and meet your DEI goals.
See how many of your diverse employees are in leadership positions at your company. Use this metric to recognize imbalances within your company, and to better refine your promotion and hiring policies.
Understand internal employee mobility between departments and locations. This can give you insight into the fit between an employee and the position they are hired into.