HR is an important business function in any company. It supports business growth. It also satisfies the compliance requirements. Reports are required for supporting the HR functions.
Typical HR Reporting Requirements
HR reports are surrounding the HR function: Human Resource Planning, Recruitment and Selection, Orientation and Training, Performance Appraisal, Compensation and Benefit.
They serves many different roles and thus having different ways to slice and dice the data.
- Personal Information: Demographics, Education, Job, Location, Manager, Shift, Salaries, Payroll, Skills, Benefit
- Personal Information Changes – Before and After for audit and review
- New Hire – Who are they? Where we are in the hiring status? When they will start? Temporary or Employment? Full Time or Part Time, New Hire or Rehire? Have they attended the orientation? Are they getting sign-on Bonus? Are they getting stock options?
- Allowance – Who got the allowance? How much? How it was calculated?
- Transfer – internal transfers, what is the releasing org? which org the person is moving to?
- Assignment – Global, special assignments, start date, end date, purpose, etc.
- Training – Who take training? What training? Compliance Status
- Termination – Who have left? Who is leaving? When? Last Payroll date?
I found that HR reporting is somewhat challenging: