Employee termination reporting via the HR platform

There will be instances where an employee agreement has ended with your organisation and the employee will need to be off-boarded and terminated. These cases can range from resignations right through to terminations and form a core part of managing the workforce within your organisation.

The Employee Termination Reporting feature allows you to create a report that shows you a list of your organisation's terminated employees, their location, and the termination type assigned to their record. You can also use this feature to download a CSV file of the data, enabling you to load the report into a CSV-supported program like Microsoft Excel.

Availability

HR Plan:   Standard   Standard   Premium   Platinum
  User Access:   Employee         Manager         Admin      

  This is the default access level per user and whether they have  view,  edit and  delete access, excluding any changes made via our Custom Security feature.

Getting started

Create an employee termination report
  1. Click the   Reports menu.
  2. Click the People tab.
  3. Click the Termination Report box.
    Terminate 1.jpg
  4. Refine your search based on the following:
    • Date.
    • Termination type.
    • Location.
  5. Click the Filter button.
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Data management

Download your employee termination report
  1. Click the   Reports menu.
  2. Click the People tab.
  3. Click the Termination Report box.
    Terminate 1.jpg
  4. Refine your search based on the following:
    • Date.
    • Termination type.
    • Location.
  5. Click the Filter button.
  6. Click the Download button.
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Further information

How does this report record an employee's termination?

The Employee Termination Report will show:

  • Employees that are currently terminated.
    • Limitation:
      • If a member has been terminated then had their account reactivated, they will not be reportable.
  • One termination record per employee record.
    • Limitations
      • If a member is terminated, rehired, and then terminated again, we will only record their latest termination date, i.e., the first termination date will not be reportable. 
      • If a member has multiple termination records due to changes in termination types or dates, only the latest record will be reportable.

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