Details of features of the Skills module

Professions

  • Definition of the positions, category of positions, and associated activities
  • Professions listed and grouped by category
  • Possibility to import profession reference models
  • Statistics showing workforce of the profession, age, the average hourly rate charged by the employees concerned
  • Definition of the skills required for a given profession, of the level of skills needed, and the coefficient of importance of the skills to exercise the profession
  • Graphs presenting the repartition of skills required for a profession by skills or by field or by type of skills
  • Visualization of trend in the evolution of the profession
  • Employees listed according to their match between professions for internal hiring and details on the gap between the skills required for the profession and those of the employee
  • Export of the reference system of datasheet of the profession

 

Skills

  • List of profession associated to a skill, list of employees possesses this skill and a list of actions allowing to acquire this skill
  • Reference system of skills organizable by field (technical, managerial, organizational) and by type (soft and hard skills)
  • Configurable and color-coded key skills
  • Statistical analysis (track employees having the key skill)
  • Export of the skill reference system

 

Collaborators

  • Employee records including :

- Personal data

- Job

- Skills

- Match between the employee profile and the profession

- Interviews

- Objectives

- Training and other actions

  • Employee records can be imported in the software
  • Comparison graph of employees’ skills
  • Assigning employees to an action, unit or hierarchy
  • Possibility to filter employees by gender, last name, first name, profession, skills and place of work
  • Possible display of employees who left the company
  • Organization chart showing the hierarchy of employees ("organizational chart" view" or "list" view)

 

Units

  • Unit management (unit of production, services et departments)
  • Planning the evolution of human capital per unit

 

Actions

  • Management of a catalogue of training actions (training offer reference system)
  • Registration of employees in actions and planning of actions