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The human resources office is a wide department consisting of units that collect, receive, input, analyze, and report employees' information. All these roles are consolidated into one to construct an HR dashboard. Presenting the real-time tracking of data has never been easy until presentation tools were made with digital technology. Make more than one dashboard for your HR department with our HR Dashboard templates. These templates have ready and customizable data and charts in Google sheets. Do not hesitate to make them now to make the HR team's functions more manageable as more tasks pile up and time goes by.
Information is better presented visually. Instead of the traditional recording, using modern tools such as dashboards for your work and tasks will make a difference in your data reporting.
It is without a doubt that the human resource department records, monitors, and presents lots of employee information and updates them regularly. With these a lot on hand, as a human resource staff, you know that your department needs to use a tool that will help you systemize them. This is possible with the beauty of using Google sheets. It is capable to store tons of information you need to input plus the information is easy to organize. Design a dashboard with your organized information in Sheets and with the guide below.
The HR department manages a lot of information about and for the employees every single day. They do a lot of work with this information just to keep everything on track. For now, let’s have it one at a time. Choose certain data you need to present in a dashboard. Maybe you are to report the headcount, attendance, or the statistics from recruitment. Compile the data you need in displaying their dashboard. Collect them from sources and resources then in a new sheet in Google Docs, arrange the data you’ve gathered category. Appropriate them with labels in rows and columns.
Highlight the cells of the data you want to show in a chart then right click or find Insert then select Chart. A suggested chart will appear on your screen when you do this drill. If you want to apply changes to the chart, double click the chart for the modification panel to appear. Then you may now change the type of chart you want for the data, e.g. pie chart, column or bar graph. Create more charts if you want to present the data in different ways. These charts are the dashboards themselves. Then, check the labels if they are the figures, names, or definitions you wanted to show. In case they are shown wrongly, you can always change and fix them on the control panel, in the labels or titles section.
Make the data you will present on the dashboard easy to understand and compare by applying customizations to it. Adjust the font sizes of the texts and innovate the charts’ colors. Modifications in your dashboard show that you have really prepared for the presentation despite the data overload in the HR database.
It's inevitable that changes may occur from time to time and the dashboard that you have made may be outdated. So make sure to check the changes in the data regularly so you would present accurate data any time. Do not procrastinate as an HR staff who is assigned to make these reports to your higher-ups. If you don't miss this, things will be organized at all times.