A complete list of all the dashboards and widgets offered in Bob.

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How to set up and configure dashboards and widgets

There are five main analytics categories, each containing pre-configured dashboard widgets: Growth, Retention, Finance, Career development, and Absenteeism.

Growth dashboard

The Growth dashboard provide insights into how your company people are distributed, growth patterns and more. It includes these widgets:

Headcount 

The Headcount widget provides data on the number of employees in your company. It is measured by the last day of a selected time period.

Growth rate 

The Growth rate widget indicates growth trends in your company during a selected date range. The growth rate is calculated using the following formula:

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Tip: A positive growth rate indicates you have more employees joining the company than leaving it.

New employees 

The New employees widget provides data on the number of people who joined the company in a selected time period.

Terminated employees 

The Terminated employees widget shows how many people left the company during a selected date range.

Manager to employee ratio 

The Manager to employee ratio widget shows the percentage of managers to employees within the company.
The following formula is used to calculate the manager to employee ratio:

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Note: In order to be considered a “manager” the individual must have at least one person reporting to them. See Set up employee field for details on how to keep this info up to date.

Retention dashboard

The Retention dashboard provide insights into employee turnover and retention rates. It includes these widgets:

Turnover rate 

The Turnover rate widget shows the percentage of employees who left the company, either voluntarily or involuntarily, during a selected period of time.

This can help you plan for talent replacement. With information on turnover, attrition and retention you can identify high turnover and its root causes, so you can take action to lower turnover and thereby save the substantial costs of recruiting and training new employees.

Calculating Turnover rate involves 2 steps:
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Then divide the number of leavers by the average number of employees to find the Turnover rate:

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Note: An additional overlay chart presents the rolling 12-month turnover rate and is calculated using a 12-month sliding window.

Attrition rate 

The attrition rate widget focuses on the percentage of voluntary turnover during a selected date range. This rate is calculated using the number of voluntary leavers as per the formula below:

First, calculate the average number of employees over a selected period of time:Dashboard_equations.003.jpeg

Then divide the number of voluntary leavers by the average number of employees to find the Attrition rate:

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Note: The Attrition Rate metric reflects your retention efforts and is an excellent measure of company culture, employee satisfaction and engagement.

Retention rate 

The Retention rate widget shows the percentage of employees who have stayed in the company from the beginning to the end of a selected date range.
It is calculated using the following formula: 

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Average tenure 

The Average tenure widget shows the average overall time (in months) that employees have been in the company.
It is calculated using the following formula:

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Average age 

The Average age widget shows the average age of employees in your company during a specific date range.
It is calculated using the following formula:

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Finance dashboard 

The Finance dashboard provides insights into how salary is distributed across the company. A few key factors related to salary:

  • Salary is calculated based on the employee pay period and normalized relatively according to the chosen view period: monthly, quarterly or yearly.

  • Salaries are included from the month of the first effective date.

  • Salaries are included only for employees who were employed for the entire month. The salary of a terminated employee will not be included in the month of their departure.

The following widgets are included in the Finance dashboard:

Total salary 

The Total salary widget shows the company’s total salary expense over the date range you've selected.

Average salary

The Average salary widget presents the company’s mean, average, salary expense over a specific date range.

Salary change 

The Salary change widget shows the difference between two total base salaries over time, presented as a percentage of the first value.

Pay gap 

The Pay gap widget reveals the gender pay gap between women and men. This is calculated using the following formula:

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Career development dashboard

The Career development dashboard showcase trends relating to promotions within the company.

Promotions 

The Promotions widget presents you with the total number of promotions that occurred within your company for a selected date range.  A promotion is counted as any change where the Change Types are equal to Promotion.

Note: When you make a change to your employee's work or payroll categories, make sure that all your promotions are marked with Change type = promotions. Unless an admin went to Settings -> Dashboards and edited the Promotion/Promotion rate metric to anything other or in addition to, the value Promotion.

Promotion rate 

The Promotion rate widget shows the percentage of employees that were promoted during a specific date range. This is calculated using the following formula:

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Note: When you make a change to your employee's work or payroll categories, make sure that all your promotions are marked with Change type = promotions. Unless an admin went to Settings -> Dashboards and edited the Promotion/Promotion rate metric to anything other or in addition to, the value Promotion.

Internal mobility rate 

The Internal mobility rate widget presents you with the total number of work changes within the company during the selected date range. This is calculated using the following formula:

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Note:  Internal mobility is counted as any work change, excluding the following Change Types: New Employee, Rehire, Correction, Manager Change, unless an admin went to Settings -> Dashboards and edited the Internal mobility rate metric.

Absenteeism dashboard

The Absenteeism dashboard provides insights into time taken and time away from work. It currently contains one widget:

Total time taken 

The Total time taken widget shows the total number of Time-off days taken (in hours) during a specific period, according to policy type.