An employee's lifecycle within the company includes many milestones, changes and updates that are crucial to track.

Staying on top of that data and being aware of the changes that occurred allows you to stay aligned with your KPI goals and to easily present just the data you need.

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The Changes Report helps you track the changes in an employee's lifecycle over a given time period. The report provides you with information on all the changes of any field made in your employees' profile, e.g. salary changes, department switches, or terminations, within a selected time range.

Changes during the given time period are highlighted in yellow. 

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How to use the Changes Report

  1. From the left menu select Analytics > Reports > Company reports and search for Changes report.
  2. Use the default filters to filter the report by Date range, site and/or department, employment status and whether to include new joiners.

  3. Click Advanced to filter by additional parameters.
  4. Click the Column picker icon to add or remove columns.
  5. Click the Download icon to download the report as a CSV or XLS file.
Notes:
  • The Changes report replaces the Employee Changes Reports. All previously created reports will still be accessible, no data will be lost.
  • The following sections are currently unavailable in the Changes Report: Children, Equity, Training, and Right to Work.
  • If an employee has changes in a hidden/undisplayed column, then the employee will not appear in the report. Once you display that column, the employee will appear in the report.

FAQs

What is the difference between the Changes Report and the Audit report?

The Changes Report displays changes of fields (e.g. salary, job title) related to the employee's lifecycle in the selected timeframe. Each record represents an effective date and the changes occurred at this date (note that this might be several fields).

The Audit Report displays the log of any change to any field of the employee through the entire company history. Each record represents a single field that changed, according to the date the change was made. It also includes data related to the change such as changed by or value before/after.

Do custom tables appear in the Audit report?

No, custom tables are not employee data so they currently do not appear in the Audit report.