The last phase of the employee management workflow is all about using your employee performance data and analytics to make informed decisions about your company. Your schedules and time cards, sales reports, and weekly payroll generate a lot of employee information that can help you monitor the health of your business and improve employee engagement. But the data is only as good as your ability to access it.
Having the right tools in place makes it easy to surface insights that you can use to understand team activities like the number of hours worked, overtime, or who is generating the most sales or loyalty program signups. It also helps you answer questions like do you need to hire more staff, or should you adjust your business hours to accommodate increased or decreased demand.
Ultimately, the answers to these questions should feed back into the start of your employee management workflow to help you grow your business and create positive employee experiences.