Improving Employee Performance With Data Analysis

By Don Reisinger  |  Posted 08-20-2013

Improving Employee Performance With Data Analysis

The Reliability of Hourly Workers  Hourly workers aren't necessarily reliable workers; only 50% of them will stay on the job for one year or longer.

Improving Employee Performance With Data Analysis

Improving Employee Performance With Data Analysis

Let Them Work From Home Employees who are allowed to work from home stay at their job 20% longer than employees with the shortest amount of time at a job.

Improving Employee Performance With Data Analysis

Improving Employee Performance With Data Analysis

Location, Location, Location Employees who work at home are 1.6% less productive than their peers who work in the office.

Improving Employee Performance With Data Analysis

Improving Employee Performance With Data Analysis

Rule Followers Who Break the Rules It might be a good idea to ask would-be employees if they are "rule followers." According to the latest data, rule followers are 67% more likely to break a rule than those who didn't indicate that they were followers of rules.

Improving Employee Performance With Data Analysis

Improving Employee Performance With Data Analysis

All Browser Users Aren’t Alike Employees that eschew Internet Explorer in favor of Chrome or Firefox browsers stay at their jobs longer, miss 15% fewer work days, and deliver higher customer satisfaction.

Improving Employee Performance With Data Analysis

Improving Employee Performance With Data Analysis

Social Employees’ Job Performance  Employees who use three to four social networks are more likely to perform better in their jobs than those who are less involved with social networks.

Improving Employee Performance With Data Analysis

Improving Employee Performance With Data Analysis

Walking Does Wonders  If a company is within a good walking distance to employee homes, those companies will retain their workers for 58% longer than if their company is far away from employee homes.

Improving Employee Performance With Data Analysis

Improving Employee Performance With Data Analysis

A Short Drive Isn't That Beneficial As much as employees love a nice stroll to work, a short drive isn't as appealing. In fact, a 0-5 mile commute to work will keep employees at a company for only 20% longer.

Improving Employee Performance With Data Analysis

Improving Employee Performance With Data Analysis

So, What's the Big Deal? Wondering why all of this matters? Companies lose $350 billion each year to employee attrition and reduced productivity.

Improving Employee Performance With Data Analysis