Employee metrics in Schedule
View employee metrics
To easily view employee metrics, click the ellipsis next to the employee avatar and name, followed by “Employee metrics”.
As this panel loads, a loading indicator will appear. This panel appears to the left of the ellipsis menu, but you can move it around. You can expect the same behavior from this panel as you can from the “Add shift” and “Edit shift” panel. The top of the panel contains the name of the employee in question. If you, for instance, were to delete/move the shifts of the employee whose metrics you’re viewing, you can use the refresh button at the top-right of the panel.
Just as in the old employee metrics linked before, you can view schedule, worked, and expected hours versus nominal ones. For each variable, we display hour count, difference between the two (formula: scheduled or worked or expected hours minus nominal hours), and percentage (formula: scheduled or worked or expected hours divided by nominal hours). The difference displays in red if negative, just as in the list of employees in the left-hand margin of the schedule. Due to popular request, we display the actual names of the variables and not icons with tooltips.
The panel contains the above metrics information for the selected period, the schedule period, and the balance period (if applicable). Each one of these periods is contained in an accordion. Each period then features one accordion per agreement. Since there is always only one selected period, that specific accordion always displays dates. There can, however, be multiple schedule and balance periods within a selected period. For this reason, the agreement accordions in the schedule and balance period accordions will contain one dated accordion per schedule or balance period (see above screenshot). As you open the panel, all accordions except for the dated accordions in schedule period and balance period; for those accordions, only the first one will open by default.
Quinyx offers support for an employee having multiple agreements, which is beneficial either when the same employee holds different positions that come with different employment rates and salaries, or as a way to manage their picking up extra shifts. If an employee has multiple agreements in Quinyx that are valid at least one day in the period currently viewed in Schedule, then the Employee metrics panel will display the metrics for each agreement in its own accordion for each dated period. Depending on the amount of agreements your employee has, you can expect slower loading of the panel than for employees with only one agreement.
Note that an agreement can be set as preferred for a certain unit in People > Agreement > Agreement details in Neo, which requires the employee to have been configured as sharable in the Units tab in Classic’s staff card. This feature is convenient if the employee has a role on multiple units and you want different agreements to be used based on which unit the employee is working on. The Employee metrics panel will display the name of that preferred unit (see “Drottninggatan” mention in the above screenshot).
For each dated period, multiple agreements will be sorted in the following order:
- Main agreements are always displayed first.
- For secondary/non-main agreements, the sorting is by agreement start date from earliest to latest start date.
- If there are multiple secondary/non-main agreements with the same start date, then alphanumerical sorting is applied.
The main agreements are color-coded the same way they are in People; main agreements appear against a dark blue badge whereas secondary agreements appear against a turquoise one.
No changes have been made to the figures displayed by the employee avatar in the left-hand margin of Schedule.
Worked/Rolled out hours
The metric worked hours vs. rolled out hours is particularly useful for those of you aiming to use base schedule as an overtime method, but it's also useful for anyone wanting to follow up on an employee's worked hours in regards to rolled out base schedule hours.
The data used in worked hours is the exact same ones as the ones in the worked hours vs nominal hours metric. The data used in the rolled out hours is a snapshot of all the base schedule shift hours of the latest rollout of any one base schedule rolled out for the given employee.
A few details regarding the rolled out hours:
- This metric considers bank holidays reduction bank holiday setting, which can be configured to anywhere between 0% and 100%. This means that if you roll out 10 scheduled hours on a bank holiday configured to 70% reduction, then this will count as 3 hours towards the rolled out hours endpoint. In order to not defeat the purpose of considering that setting, the metric doesn’t consider the “Schedule bank holidays” agreement setting.
- This metric considers the “Count as scheduled hours” setting on shifts/shift types, as well as the “Calculate breaks as working time” agreement setting.
- If you’ve rolled out a base schedule multiple times for a given employee, then the hours from each one of those base schedules are included.
- The data reflects the period you’re viewing the metric for (selected period / schedule period / balance period), just like with the other metrics.
- If the employee has a base schedule but it hasn’t been rolled out, rolled out hours will be 0.
Employee metrics calculation period
You can determine for which period the employee metrics for all of the employees in the left-hand margin of the Schedule should display.
The selectable periods are:
- Selected period: This is whatever period you’re currently viewing in Schedule.
- Schedule period: This is configured in Agreement > Agreement template.
- Balance period: This is configured in Agreement > Agreement template.
When it comes to the way agreement workdays are translated into nominal hours and you’re looking at the metrics of a specific day, the same principles apply in schedule as in Base schedule:
- If workdays are configured to 7, Quinyx considers every day as a workday.
- If workdays are 6, Quinyx considers Monday to Saturday as workdays.
- If workdays are 5, Quinyx considers Monday to Friday as workdays.
- If workdays are less than 5, Quinyx currently lacks support for determining which weekdays are workdays. Therefore, for instance, if workdays are 4 and nominal hours 21 in the agreement, then the nominal hours of any day you’re looking at will display as 21.
As you move between different days or weeks in your base schedule, Quinyx remembers the selected calculation period. However, as you leave the schedule and come back, your calculation period selection will reset - we of course plan to improve this in the releases to come.