Leverage data and analytics for smarter absence management
One best features of e-days is the ability to generate absence reports fast and efficient. This will help you cut away what was once a time consuming monthly task from days to minutes.
Combining the accurate sickness recording and powerful absence insights, e-days will allow managers and HR teams to create stunning reports on absence trends and common occurrences. Whether you’re reporting on an individual, a whole team or if your have branches or offices in different locations around the world.
Our reporting reporting platform will help you understand the impact of absence on your organisation. With data at your fingertips, you can identify problems caused by absenteeism and spot opportunities to reduce the cost of absence in your business.
Provides managers with a graphical overview of absence trends, sickness absence rates, cost of absence, % time lost, Bradford Factor scores and more.
e-days also allows you to create custom reports that extract any data needed for your specific requirements.
Schedule any system report to run on a daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly, yearly basis and subscribe to receive exported report via email.
We can create custom reports that extract any data needed for your specific requirements. This provides managers with a detailed breakdown of used, taken and remaining holiday allowance across teams and departments.
All absence reports in e-days can easily be exported into CSV format for use in Microsoft Excel or to feed into your existing payroll and HR systems.
Perfect for data-driven and analytical key decision makers in your organisation.
Run reports on specific absence types to better understand the cause and impact of absenteeism across your organisation.
Entitlement reports can also be used to ensure staff take 10 days consecutive leave according to FCA guidelines.
"We couldn't wish for better support and more flexible platform to use"
"We've found e-days really useful, not just in the easily customisable management of absence"