Hi, I am Head, HR of a pipeline fabrication company. I have a tender I'm working on which requires provision of my company's HR statistics. I don't understand what HR statistics is all about. Please I need an insight.
From Nigeria, Abuja
Hi there
HR Statistics report contain the following
Total no of employees
No of employees employed so for
No of employees required to be employed for the year (planned/ budgeted)
Total amount of wages being paid up to the last month
Promotions planned and how much it will cost the company
Planned increments paid at the end of the year
How much planned to be spent from the budget against training & education
How much from the budget is already being utilized against training & education /development
What is the rate of overturn.
How much spent on official travels
Your report might also contain future plans
Training & development
I hope I have provided you with enough information to develop a document on HR Statistics, please note this is may be considered your monthly HR report to the management. Do consider to search the cite for samples of HR report format and content
All the best & Regards

From Oman, Muscat
Dear Nkem,

I don't know you are from what country but this is in addition to what Anayat has given the information. You can add the following points:

a) No of employees on roll as on last day of the financial year (for the last five financial years)

b) Total employee expenditure (employee cost) against total expenditure (in per cent)

c) Total expenditure on employee welfare against total employee cost (in per cent)

d) Revenue per employee for the last five financial years (= total revenue/total employee cost)

e) No of grievances in a year per 1,000 employees per financial year

f) No of suggestions generated per employee per financial year

g) No of suggestions implemented against number of suggestions received (in per cent)

h) Total revenue saved or generated out of implementation of the employee suggestion

i) No of law suits filed by current or ex-employees in the court of law per financial year

j) Employee Satisfaction Index per financial year

k) Break up of your HR budget i.e. actual wages, statutory payments, welfare, training, recruitment and other

l) No of promotions against total employees per financial year

m) Education level of the employees - PHDs, post graduates, graduates, diplomas and Certificate holders of vocational training courses and others

n) Age-wise break up of the employees

o) Language-wise (mother tongue) break up of the employees

The points mentioned above are not necessarily in the sequence. I have typed them as the thought came to my mind. Please put them in sequence.

All the best!

Dinesh V Divekar


From India, Bangalore
May be this could be of some help to you. I had downloaded it from citehr repository with profound regards
From India, Chennai

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Hi. The information sent went a long way to help me. I’m very grateful. Regards Nkem.
From Nigeria, Abuja

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