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.
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.
Employees who are engaged work harder, stay with the company longer and provide better customer service. With increasing international evidence to suggest that employee engagement is linked not only to individual employee performance but actually to overall business success, the question on everyone’s lips is “How can I improve employee engagement?”
When employees show up to work, they can complete work projects and help a business reach its goals. Businesses value high and consistent attendance records.
Biometric time clock systems are the height of modern technology. They allow your employees to clock in for their work days with only a fingerprint. No punch card or swipe card is necessary.
You may think that your small business has its timecard situation under control. If you’re still relying on an old punch card time clock or, even worse, use handwritten time sheets, you most certainly do not have a handle on this.
Every generation is different, and managers need to be aware of those differences. Millennials are known for having very specific work habits and tend to move from one job to another every few years.
When a business first starts off, manual timesheets are easy to deal with. However, as time goes by and those companies grow in size, timesheets can easily become an issue.
Today’s market has seen the slow, yet a steady increase of time card software by small businesses across multiple industries. While the added cost of software may be a hard pill to swallow, especially for a small business, it comes with many benefits.
Ineffective scheduling leads to absences, insubordination, and high turnover. It is frustrating for employees to deal with a manager that can’t schedule them according to their time-off requests, their preferred number of hours, or the shift they were hired to work.