The dashboard is the first interaction of the management with the software internally. The dashboard is the place where you can see all activities in one place. The dashboard displays the numerous activities such as the number of employees, payroll, job applications, and the hierarchy of the organization, employment details, employment type, headcount, hiring leaving, and announcements.
Setting up the dashboard is a constant procedure to achieve the final output. The dashboard is effective, flexible and ready to adapt to the changes made by the management, it establishes the trust and confidence among the data of the customer. Trust is the key to the dashboard because it assures the management to save their data in the system. The data is saved and secured in the dashboard, only the authorized access can view and make the changes in the dashboard.
The Dashboard enables the management to perform all HR tasks. The Management can use the dashboard to perform the HR operations such as HR management system, HR reports, admin settings, and user management. The HR management section allows the management to perform the managerial tasks starting from recruitment to exit management. The HR reports include the reports of employee profile, employee attendance and employee leave. The admin setting lets you deal with the financial settings of the organization and the user management setting allows you to add a user to the dashboard.