What information can I analyse and report on using WhosOffice?
The great thing about WhosOffice’s reporting tools is that they’re flexible, so you can track and share the metrics that matter most to your business.
Some of the reports are customers use most frequently include: overtime summaries, hours worked summaries, annual leave summaries, staff leave allowances/usage, and skills and qualification summaries.
In addition to the type of information you report on, you can decide how you break down critical information. For example, you can choose the time period you measure – day, week, month, quarter or year. And you can also decide how you group feedback, from company-wide analytics to reporting statistics by individual, department or seniority level.
What formats can I create and export WhosOffice reports?
Once you’ve created a business intelligence report in WhosOffice you can export it in CSV or XLSX format. This can be shared with your colleagues via email or printed for sharing in company meetings.
How can reporting help me to make better business decisions?
When you’re growing a business, knowledge is power. And WhosOffice’s reporting & analytics tools give you much deeper knowledge on what’s happening in your business.
For example, you can use overtime summaries to identify which parts of your business are under-resourced. This will enable you to put recruitment strategies in place which increase productivity and reduce overtime costs.
How can reporting help to improve staff performance?
It’s not just business decisions that WhosOffice’s reporting & analytics feature enhances. It can also help you to get the best out of your talented team members.
Pulling performance reports before staff appraisals will help you to identify people who are ready for promotion and further career progression. You can also look at what skills and certifications employees bring to your business, to make sure they are being utilised effectively. And you can identify knowledge gaps that may require further training.
Can I create and share predictive reports?
Yes, for some metrics it’s possible to look ahead – for example, how many days of annual leave have been booked for the rest of the holiday year.