Other System Reports

 

The following article lists additional system reports available in Personio. We recommend that you use the custom reports function if you need additional, customized analyses. 

 

Salary Report

The salary report shows your employees’ main salaries (fixed salary or hourly wages) and recurring compensation during the selected period as a bar or line chart, as well as in a table with absolute figures. Hourly wages are shown as totals based on the confirmed attendances per payroll period. The report takes any increase in fixed salaries or hourly wages during the current month into account from the time the change becomes effective.

Note One-time compensation and bonuses are not included in the salary report.

 

Absence Rate

The absence rate (without decimal places) is calculated based on the overlap between the work schedule and the days on which a particular absence type applied. You can calculate the absence rate for a period and absence type of your choice.

 

Absence Distribution 

This system report shows the distribution of the selected absence type, for example Paid vacation, across the different days of the week for the past six months. The result is shown as a percentage without decimal places.

 

Employee Turnover

The employee turnover system report shows your employees' monthly fluctuation (number of employees who have left/number of active employees in the previous month). You can filter this report by reason for leaving and group it by different parameters, such as Position. The report is displayed as a line chart and in percentages (without decimal places).

 

Attendance Periods

This system report lists all your employees’ confirmed attendance periods, as well as break and project times, within the defined period. The Status column indicates whether the attendance periods have already been approved or if their approval is still pending. You can customize the report time frame.

 

Hires

This system report shows you all employees whose hire date was or will be in the period that you have defined for the report. The report will then show as a table, which by default displays the attributes Name, Position, Department, Office, Subcompany and Hire date. You can customize your report by using a specific report time frame, and attribute filters.

 

Applications

This system report shows the number of candidates who have submitted applications to your company. You can select the period the report should cover, and group results by Recruiting category, Position, Department, Office, Recruiting channel or Subcompany. The report is displayed as a bar chart and in absolute figures.

 

Candidate Disqualification

This report provides an overview of how many candidates withdrew from the application process/were rejected during the specified period and shows the application process phase they were in at this point. The report differentiates between Withdrawn and Rejected applications. Withdrawn means that the candidate is no longer interested in the position, whereas Rejected means that your company rejected the candidate, perhaps because they were not suitable for the position. The report is displayed as a bar chart and in absolute figures.

For more information on Recruiting System Reports, take a look at the following:

 

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