Employee Timeline

Timelines allow managers to gather information about employees and their general performance to gain actionable insights

Performance Management Timeline

Track progress in one place

Keeping track of employee activity, performance analytics, achievements and messages makes it much easier when preparing for upcoming appraisals and one-to-ones.

StaffCircle’s cloud HR software with timeline functionality allows managers to gather information about the employee and their general performance in order to gain insights. Not only does the employee timeline allow employers and managers to track employee activity, but it also allows them to view performance analytics with a complete view of engagement and activity.

Our employee timeline makes tracking easier than ever before with the use of a simple dashboard and analytics showing deep insights.

Tracking employee activity

A core element of effective performance management comes with establishing and tracking how employees are getting on with their overall performance on a day-to-day basis.

The employee timeline tracks all forms of employee activities for managers to view in one simple place. These activities include article engagement, awards, achievements, performance, messages and much more.

Based on the activities logged within the employee timeline, managers can keep track of employee activity with analytics to provide deep insights and intelligent predictive behaviours.

Importance Of Employee Timelines

Task performance analytics

The powerful analytics enable you to easily see task statuses across the organization. In order to keep on track of what really matters, the platform allows you to identify troubled areas which require immediate attention.

The task performance is recorded in each employee timeline to provide managers with better insights into employees’ performance.

Complete view of engagement and activity

The employee timeline shows a complete view of total engagement and logs when an employee has completed a document and read or communicated responses.

This comes in useful when managers are performing appraisals and one-to-ones when managers are viewing the engagement levels.