Dashboards is the functionality of Kenjo that extracts relevant business insights from different datasets and displays the information in an interactive and visual way. Think of it as a comprehensive overview of your company's various internal processes, goals, or projects measured through Key Performance Indicators (KPI) and panels to help you foster growth and improvement.
To start using this functionality, go to Settings > Features > Analytics (reports) and turn the toggle on to activate the function.
Click on Settings, and turn the toggle on one more time.
Once activated, go to Analytics > Dashboards. Here you will find three different sections:
Once you click on Metrics, you will find the different dashboards related to different KPIs:
Note: When you place your mouse over each dashboard, you will have the option to click on MORE INFO and read the description of each dashboard. However, this article explains each of them further.
This dashboard shows how diverse your company is. It will help you understand the real representation of your employees from different parameters such as gender, location, age, or nationality.
This dashboard shows an overview of all types of absences, justified or not. It will help you predict team losses or detect operational problems in the organization. By calculating the average value of the hours worked, you can quantify the costs of absenteeism to your company.
In this Panel the absenteeism rate is calculated with the following formula:
Note: Bear in mind that, in case you have different types of absences, you will have to filter them to be able to see the results.
The turnover rate reveals the ability of a company to retain talent. In this Panel the turnover rate is calculated with the following formula:
The retention rate is calculated by the following formula:
Note: This panel takes into account all company withdrawals (voluntary and involuntary). In the case of needing this metric for a specific type of withdrawal, use the Turnover Rate by Termination Reason (Voluntary / Involuntary) where you can filter the results by the reason for termination of the contract.
Turnover Rate by Termination Reason
This panel is designed to complement the existing panel Turover rate, as it allows you to filter results based on the reason to terminate the contract. The formula is the following:
Note: The calculation period is based on the termination date of the employee's contract.
This panel shows a complete view of the number of employees in your organization. You can analyze the number of employees per company, office, and department, and how many employees are active in Kenjo. This dashboard also offers a Job title size map to understand the roles' predominance. Finally, the dashboard shows you the evolution of the number of employees over the last year.
This panel helps you to analyze the evolution of the salary in your company. You can filter by date range and compare financial costs between companies, offices, departments, and employees. You can also see the evolution of the cost per salary over a period of time and see the difference between fixed salary and variable salary by month, office, and department. The salary map and the average salary will also provide you with powerful insights into your payroll distribution.
This panel helps you to analyze the type of contracts that exists in your company and its monthly evolution in the number of contracts.
The dashboard focus on two main parameters:
- Contract type (Full-Time or Part-Time)
- Employment type (Apprentice, Scholar, Student, External, Fixed…)
You can also see a full analysis of employment by gender or age.
The average tenure per employee indicates how long a worker remains employed at a certain company before deciding to leave. This dashboard shows the average time an employee spends in your company, in other words, his or her job stability. You can filter the results by company, office department as well as by age range and gender.
Once you click on Management, you will find the different dashboards related to different KPIs:
When you create an employee in Kenjo, you decide to which employee he or she reports to. This panel will give you an analysis of the hierarchy levels in your organization based on the number of people who report to another. Therefore, you can, for example, compare who has the most subordinates between employees, gender, and departments. This panel will also be very useful to filter by a specific person, and quickly visualize all those people who are in their charge.
This panel helps analyze the status of your employees regarding their probation periods based on these three states:
- Has not passed the probation period
- Has passed the probation period
- It is in a probation period
Note: These results are based on the Employee field "End of probation period".
This panel will show you the number of new joiners in a given period as well as their starting date. This information will help you analyze who has recently incorporated in the past or is about to incorporate in the future. You can filter by position, company, office, or department.
This dashboard will show you the number of the employees who need to be offboarded in a given period as well as their finishing date. You can filter the results by position, company, office, department, or termination reason.
Kenjo allows you to group your employees into Divisions and Teams. In this panel, you can analyze divisions and teams from various angles such as the number of members, the department they belong to, the number of employees per job, the gender, the evolution of members, and the number of joiners and leavers.
This panel will help you understand to analyze the employees' overtime. You can have a perspective by company, office, department and also the evolution of hours and the monthly average.
This panel will help you understand to analyze the employees' overtime. You can have a perspective by Division and Team.
Once you click on Recruiting, you will find the different dashboards related to different KPIs:
Job Position with candidates
This panel shows the analysis of a position based on the candidates applying. You can see the candidate funnel based on the status of candidates. The average time that the hired candidates remain in the selection process is calculated taking into account the number of days between the creation of the candidate and the date of the hiring of the candidate. Since you can have more than one hired candidate for the same job position, this value reflects the average number of candidates hired.
This dashboard offers an overview of the job openings of your company, even if they are drafts. You can see the total number of job positions by company, office, department, status, pipeline, position type, and month.
This dashboard offers an overview of all candidates applying for any job position in your company.
Note: If you need to analyze a specific Job opening, it will be better to use this dashboard "Job Opening with candidates"
Source of hire
This dashboard offers an overview of the source (Origin & Agency) of the hires of your company
Avg time to fill
In this dashboard, you can find the average time of candidates to fill a job opening from different views.
This dashboard shows the conversion rate from candidates filtered by company, department, origin, and agency.
If you have an Admin profile or are part of a custom profile with the permission to export reports, you can download them as CVS, XLSX, PDF, or PNG files. Just look for the download icon at the top or bottom part of each report and choose the most convenient option for you.