Study problems with employees

Top  Previous  Next

To get a bigger picture:


1.Refresh project data if necessary by clicking Refresh button on the toolbar.
2.Choose Employees, Projects mode on the navigation panel.
3.Study staff workload (Workload — a ratio between the required amount of work and available amount of resources) in the nearest future:
on the navigation panel in the drop-down list Efforts for next <number> days, choose the period for calculating efforts. The current date set in ProjectsProfiler as "today" is used as a starting point. Calculation results are displayed in the indicators next to employees. See  an example of calculation...
move your mouse over the indicator to see a tooltip with more details.
4. Study the information whether the job done by employees is overdue/undue with the help of the "Hotdogs" diagram. Grey lines on "hotdogs" show whether a particular employee is ahead or behind the plan. Learn more...
5.Study staff workload with the help of the "Ribbons" diagram. Red areas show the employee is overloaded, blue ones - underloaded. Learn more...

 


To study information about a particular employee in detail:


1.Select the employee you want to study info about on the navigation panel.
2.Study the employee summary shown on the properties panel:
"Skills" — employee's skills. You can change the set of employee's skills in the employee context menu or in the employee properties window;
"Engaged in" — shows the number of projects in which the employee is engaged in. Inactive projects are counted only if the Inactive projects flag is set. Learn more...
"Period" — a period of time during which an employee is engaged in jobs according to the information stored in ProjectsProfiler (planned period in total: including all projects and non-project activities). A date in brackets is the forecasted end of employee engagement date of calculated by ProjectsProfiler on the basis of  actual completion. Learn more...
"Hours completed" — an amount and percentage of work done to the overall volume that must be done by an employee (planned in total: including all projects and non-project activities). If project data import is made considering employee's efficiency, the value of planned volumes in ProjectsProfiler and in the external system may differ. Learn more...
"Tasks completed" — a number of tasks completed by an employee (tasks from a plan composed in an external system) and a percentage of the completed tasks to the planned tasks for a given employee.
3.Study the revealed problem information on the properties panel.