Years of service report

A report that provides the length of service across the company and demographic data associated with employees

Updated over a week ago

Years of service - this report provides the length of service across the company and demographic data associated with employees.

Getting started with filters

By applying filters such as Position, Department, Division, Location and Employment types, you can refine your search and obtain the specific information you require.

The information on this page is projected to a bar chart, showcasing the workforce tenure by cohort and frequency of anniversaries. On the right you can find information on average employee tenure and the employee with the longest tenure in the company.

Two bar charts presented below show the following information:

  • Average tenure by division;

  • Average tenure by location.

At the bottom of the page you can find a list containing such data as age, hiring date and tenure associated with employees.

Sorting options in the "Years of service" report

You can sort the data in the "Years of service" report to display employees based on their tenure, such as those with the longest or shortest period of service.

All "Years of service" reports can be exported to XLSX or CSV format by clicking on the three dots in the upper right corner.

Configuring access rights to "Years of service" report

In PeopleForce, you have the ability to configure access rights to the "Years of service" report. Follow these simple steps:

  1. Go to "Roles and Permissions" in the settings.

  2. Select the role you want to configure and click "Edit."

  3. Scroll down to the "Reports" section in the role editing window.

  4. Select "Years of service" in the "Company Reports" field.

  5. Save the settings.

Once you have saved the settings, users with the corresponding role will have access to the "Years of service" report.

📌 Please note that you must have the appropriate administrator rights to be able to configure access rights.

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