See your entire organization on an interactive, two-dimensional plane. Gain immediate clarity of scale and proportions. Dive in and interact with divisions, groups, and individuals. The organization itself serves as a platform for Macromicro’s visual analysis tools.
Attributes can include Divisions & Units, Countries & Regions, Span of Control, Job Grade, Tenure, Time in Position, Age, Gender, Key Positions, Attrition & Terminations, Employment Type, Expatriates, Headcount Status, Education, Compensation Ratio, Performance, Nationalities, Diversity, Employee Satisfaction. You name it.
Sort through any of these datasets and filter for specific inquiries, e.g., longest-serving employees, highest levels of performance but most under-compensated, rising leadership. By presenting these data visually, the analyst gains a powerful new vantage point.
By visually combining a multitude of big data sets, patterns and relationships instantly appear which can never be seen through text and spreadsheets. Compare and contrast, hypothesize, and strategize for tens- or hundreds-of-thousands of employees and their associated attributes.
Select specific employees, see their reports and whom they report to. See how they relate to the greater whole. See their data on their layer respective to their peers. While Macromicro is a remarkable data analysis platform, it’s also a great people finder.
Make insightful workforce comparisons across divisions, geographies, attributes, positions, and more. What are the job grades for men compared to women in our sales division? What are the spans of control for management in Germany as compared to France? What are the compensation ratios for layer 4 this quarter compared to last?
What do you need most often? While Macromicro is a great way to interact with your organization, the launchpad offers a place for you to quickly jump in and monitor specific views, past, present, and future.
See how the organization changes over time, quarterly, annually, or more frequently. See this on a macro-level or focus on specific people or groups and track changes in KPIs. Check progress on key inquiries with histograms and the launchpad.
A search query doesn’t just return a list of results, but the results are illuminated in the visualization. Search for names, countries, nationalities, or job titles — all the directors, for instance. See where they’re located and concentrated. Combine these results with data like job grade, spans, or comparatio.