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How to Visualize Your Human Resources Metrics: 3 Human Resources Dashboard Examples

Human resources teams are responsible for sourcing new talent, nurturing existing talent and developing and maintaining the company culture. But how do you measure these activities? Although a lot of the nurturing and culture building activities require outstanding interpersonal skills, there are a lot of metrics people ops teams rely on to measure their success.

Therefore, the issue is not how to measure human resources activities, but what metrics to choose in the first place and how to communicate them to the rest of the business. Live Human Resources TV dashboards solve this problem. Displaying actionable metrics on a TV dashboard will not only help Human Resources Managers monitor overall employee happiness and recruitment effectiveness, but it will also increase visibility of their work across the whole company.

This is where picking the right metrics comes into play. Due to the confidential nature of their work, metrics such as salaries, performance reviews, employee turnover and absenteeism rates will not make it on a TV dashboard displayed in an office. At the other end of the spectrum, there are those highly useful metrics, such as revenue per employee, that require time to register progress. These lagging metrics are also not the ideal scenario for live TV dashboards, since they are hard to directly improve on a daily basis.

To give you some inspiration, we’ve put together a few example Human Resources dashboards that are designed to help monitor the effectiveness of your Human Resources efforts.

1. Human Resources Dashboard (Option 1)

Who’s the audience?
A Human Resources Manager or Team.

What’s the objective?
Monitor recruitment effectiveness and employee happiness.

What are the metrics?

Open live dashboard human-resources-dashboard-thumbnail

2. Recruitment Dashboard (Option 2)

Who’s the audience?
Human Resources or Talent Acquisition Managers.

What’s the objective?
Monitor recruitment effectiveness and employee happiness.

What are the metrics?

Open live dashboard recruitment-dashboard-thumbnail

3. Careers Page Dashboard (Option 3)

Who’s the audience?
Human Resources or Talent Acquisition Managers.

What’s the objective?
Monitor the performance of your Careers Page and optimize its impact on your recruitment efforts.

What are the metrics?

Open live dashboard careers-page-dashboard-thumbnail

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