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HR Dashboard Example, Employee Profile
from deck Dashboard Layouts for Executive Data Report Presentation (PPT Template)

HR Dashboard Example, Employee Profile

Slide Content

The slide presents various human resource metrics in a dashboard format, emphasizing employment category distribution, with distinctions including White Collar vs. Blue Collar, the ratio of headquarters overhead, and the full-time vs. part-time employee ratio. The 'White Collar vs. Blue Collar' section shows a nearly even split with 52% white-collar and 48% blue-collar workers. The 'HQ Overhead Ratio' is minimal at 5%. Finally, a more significant portion of employees work full time, with 72% compared to 28% part-time. There are also bar graphs displaying 'Regional Split' and 'Department Split', providing quantified data across different organizational divisions.

Graphical Look

  • The slide has a clean, professional design with a three-column layout, with each column containing a different HR metric.
  • The title of the slide is displayed prominently at the top with a larger font size.
  • Icons representing each metric provide visual cues, such as a tie and wrench for "White Collar vs. Blue Collar," a building for "HQ Overhead Ratio," and a clock for "Full Time vs. Part Time."
  • Two pie charts display the percentages for "White Collar vs. Blue Collar" and "Full Time vs. Part Time," using contrasting shades of blue and teal for differentiation.
  • Bar graphs depict the "Regional Split" and "Department Split," using varying lengths to represent numerical values visually.
  • Text placeholders with bullet points are available for additional information, accompanied by a small, circular icon.

The overall look is sleek and modern, utilizing a consistent color scheme of blues and teals that effectively highlights the data presented. The use of icons and charts makes the information easily digestible and visually appealing.

Use Cases

  • During internal HR department meetings to communicate employee demographics and staffing patterns.
  • In executive briefings to discuss workforce distribution and organizational structure.
  • For presenting to stakeholders or investors who require insights into the company's human resource allocation.
  • In strategy sessions where the focus is on optimizing workforce management or planning future hiring initiatives.

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