Dashboards: Metrics

Modified on Tue, 09 Aug 2022 at 10:41 AM

The Metrics dashboard gives you a deeper insight into your statistics concerning employees and time off

Note: On the right side of each dashboard title, 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.


Use the filters on the left-hand side of the screen to look for the Category "Metrics".


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 time off 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.

Company gender breakdown 

This dashboard includes all your current employees, excluding those with an expired termination date. If an employee's termination date is already set, but is still in the future, it will be considered in the statistics. Remember that the termination date is found in the personal profile of each employee.

The gender panel can be filtered by company, office or department. This panel only includes active employees. That is, those who have completed the process of setting their password to use Kenjo.

Employee headcount evolution

Here, you can see a progression of your employee headcount based on the total number of employees. The filters include the number of people that belong to the same company, department, team, office and many more. This dashboard does not include employees with a termination date in the past.

Employee headcount snapshot > Headcount overview

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. 

Note: The Headcount dashboard does not include employees with a turnover rate in the past.

Employee leave tendencies > Time off 

This dashboard helps you identify the causes and frequency of different time off types. It shows you two metrics:

  • The total time off hours employees have requested and gotten approved
  • The expected hours based on their termination date and their work schedule minus the bank holidays 


  • When you choose the current year as a filter, the results will include the expected hours until the end of the year. Therefore, consider choosing a date range to properly reflect the time off rate.
  • Hover your mouse over each coloured line to see what it refers to.

Employee seniority

With this dashboard, you can understand the length of time a person has worked in a role or your company. The seniority is based on the employees' start date in their personal profile. Just as in the above dashboards, the calculation will not include employees with a termination date in the past.

Employee tenure tendencies > Average Tenure

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, their job stability. Here, you don't define a date range, but filter the results by company, office, department as well as by age range and gender.

Employee turnover

The turnover rate reveals the ability of a company to retain talent. The rate does not include employees without a start date.  Both active and inactive employees are included. 

 In this panel, the turnover rate is calculated with the following formula:

The average number of employees is calculated by adding the total number of employees at the beginning of the selected time period with the total number of employees at the end of the selected time period and dividing by two.

You can filter to understand your turnover rate based on different factors: department, office and company. However, the most useful information is the termination reason (voluntary or involuntary). This information is taken from the employment information in the employee profile

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.

Employees across countries

Here, you can explore a breakdown of the locations where employees are based, as well as their nationality.This dashboard includes the same employee settings and filter settings as described above. The nationality of the single employees is based on the nationality they have set in their profile, but the city is based on their current address. Employees with a termination date in the past will not be included.

Insights on age distribution

Understand the age composition of your workforce in successive age categories. This dashboard is based on the date of birth in the employee's personal profile. Just like the gender graph, the age range includes all current employees minus the employees with a termination date in the past. The filters include company, office, and status as well. The difference is that now, the employees are represented according to their age.

Insights on contract types

This panel helps you to analyse the type of contracts that exist in your company and its monthly evolution in the number of contracts. It is based on the field "Employment" in the employee's profile. It includes only active employees. 

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.

Note: Hover your mouse over each coloured line to see what it refers to.

Joiners vs. leavers

In this dashboard, you understand and compare how long, on average, employees stay in the company or leave the company over a certain period of time. Joiners are based on the employees' start date in their personal profile, and leavers on their termination date.

Note: To compare joiners vs. leavers, choose the same date range in both filters.


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.

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