The HR platform uses the Objective, Key Results (OKRs) framework that focuses on transparent company, team, and employee goals. When using OKRs effectively, you will align and connect all your employees to your company goals, meaning your entire workforce will have visibility of the company goals and how their team and them as an individual can contribute towards this common purpose.
The Management Dashboard feature allows you to view the progress of the company, team and personal goals within your organisation. It also provides you with insight into the percentage of goals in alignment and the percentage of employees assigned to a goal within your organisation.
HR Best Practice
Ensure your employees are familiar with setting OKRs and how they can contribute and make your OKRs bold and ambitious. You should also align employee OKRs with company OKRs as this ensures employees within your organisation are working towards the same goals and that you set realistic but ambitious timeframes for your OKRs.
Finally, pair each objective with between 4 and 5 key results. It is important to have enough key results to ensure you have a good number of tracking methods in place, but not too many that the measuring process becomes too complex. Also, ensure you undertake regular communication to ensure employees are aware of how OKRs are tracking and if there is any further action, they need to take.
- Click the Manager Dashboard tab.
- Select from the following view filters:
- All employes.
- Direct employees.
- Direct and indirect employees.
The metric will show you the progress percentage of your goals broken down into four key ares:
- On track.
- Making progress.
- Off track.
- No progress.
The progress widget does not show the individual progress of each key result in your organisation, rather it shows you the overall status of the goal i.e. one goal may have four key results each at varying levels of progress, however the goal itself can only have one progress status, this is the progress status this widget is measuring.
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