Skills report

Get access to the skills of your organization

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Written by Rania Haddad
Updated over a week ago

The skills report will help managers analyze the skills of their employees and subcontractors.

From this report, you can analyze your skills inventory and also which areas you need to improve in your organization.

The report gives you a great overview of when you work within framework agreements and other types of business. You get easy access to which persons have a specific skill, how many persons they are, and also how senior everyone is.

How to use the Skill report:

1. Go to Reports -> Competences and click the tab skills to view the Skills report.

Here you can view the list of skills in your organization.

Use the filters to the top right to customize your report:

Search: In this field, you can search for a specific skill by typing the name of the skill.

Category: If you filter on a category you can view all skills related to a category.

All skill are structured to different categories.

Resources: Filter on employees or subcontractors

Team: Filter on teams (Your employees are added to different teams that you can filter on)

Groups: Your subcontractors can be added to different groups that you can filter on


This image below shows you an overview of the skills report of your organization. You can see what category a specific skill belongs to, the number of persons that has this skill, the average level in your organization, and the average year of experience.

Once you have filtered the report you wish you are able to click export at the button right.

2. Once you have filtered your report as you wish, you can click on a skill to see more information.

View which employees or subcontractors have the specific skill and what level they have.

To the right, you can see the average level and a graph of all levels of this skill.

You can also see synonyms related to this skill. These synonyms are there to help you search for skills within your organization regardless of how the skills are named in all profiles. This means that you will the persons will be matched in search or in a matching view regardless of which of these synonyms you have added.

Click on the error next to the employee to view the related project & assignments for this skill. You can also see the years of experience that the employee has in this certain skill.

In this case, Robert Smith has 4,2 years of experience as a "Project Manager" and has four different related projects and assignments. The star also showed that this is one of his favorite skills and that he is interested in working with this skill.

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