Terminations System Report


The following article gives an overview of the Terminations report. This report shows all employees whose employment is registered as having been terminated during the period under review.

The resignations and terminations are listed in a table, which displays the attributes name, position, department, office, subcompany, hire date, and termination date by default.

Clicking on an employee’s name takes you directly to the employee’s profile in Personio.


Configuration Options

There are several options for customizing the report as required:



You can define the period under review. The report will list employees whose termination date is within the selected period.



You can combine any number of attribute filters to narrow down your selection.

  • For attributes of the text field type such as first name, you can set the filter to equals or does not equal.
  • For attributes of the list of options or tags types such as department, you can additionally select the options one of or not one of. In the third input field, you are free to add any number of parameters.
  • For attributes of the number type such as weekly working hours, the available options are lower than, greater than, lower than or equal to, greater than or equal to, equals, or does not equal. Use the third input field to specify a number.

For attributes of the date type such as hire date, the only available options are lower than, greater than, lower than or equal to, or greater than or equal to. Use the third input field to specify a date.Personio_Terminations_Report_Filter_possibilities.png

To remove an unwanted filter, click on the lower-case x next to it.

Once you have finished configuring your report, click on Apply to generate your results.


Actions Button

If you wish, you can export your report as an Excel spreadsheet (.xlsx). To do so, click on the Actions button in the upper right of the window and select Export. 


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