For these more long-established offices, using a traditional punch-in employee time clock is simple. It easily keeps track of employees’ hours at the end of the work week or pay period and they rarely have to manually fix the time cards.
In this article, we’ll focus on some other HR metrics that might not come to mind at first. Of course, what works for one company may not work for yours. These are merely suggestions to help you get started and dig below the “go to” HR metrics.
Since the beginning of 2018, the new GDPR has been subject to intense study by industry insiders. However, according to a recent report released by the UK Government, it appears many organisations are still not prepared for the changes. By failing to act in time, they could be left with hefty fines totalling four percent of their yearly turnover, or €20 million – whichever figure is higher.
Your employees have lives and other commitments outside of work such as families, another job or two, or even taking their kids to the school. Taking your employee’s other commitments into account makes it tricky.