Report Author: Agbata Dickson Ukolojo


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Report submitted for FP20 Analytics ZoomCharts Challenge 15 (April 2024). The report was built with the HR Analysis dataset and includes ZoomCharts custom Drill Down PRO visuals for Power BI. 

Author's description:
The report is classified into two pages, workforce and Salary and bonus.
• The report offers thorough insights into workforce diversity, meticulously delineating gender, ethnicity, and age distributions. This examination provides a nuanced grasp of organizational inclusivity, guiding targeted diversity initiatives.
• In this assessment, I monitored employee retention rates annually, unveiling valuable trends.
• Additionally, I evaluate employee retention rates across gender, ethnicity, and age brackets, ensuring fairness and pinpointing areas for focused retention efforts to nurture an inclusive workplace.
• Through analysis, I pinpoint business units with both the highest and lowest employee retention rates.
• The analysis facilitates comprehensive tracking of employee turnover rates, shedding light on attrition patterns across various time frames since 2017.

• Drawing from this report, I conduct thorough analyses to assess pay equity by gender, ethnicity, and age bracket, ensuring fairness and inclusivity in compensation practices.
• The analysis furnishes detailed insights into salary and bonus distributions across job titles, highlighting disparities in compensation practices.
• By analyzing historical salary and bonus trends annually, I extract valuable statistics from the datasets to present to new hires.

- Employee count increased by 681.82% from 1992 to 2021, with a significant rise of 120.51% from 2013 to 2021.
- Strategy had the highest retention rate at 100%, while Research & Development had the lowest at 88.21%, with rates ranging from 88.21% to 100% across all business units.
- Caucasians had the highest retention rate at 92.99%, followed by Latinos, Asians, and Blacks.
- Bonus salary increased by 1,549.53% from 1992 to 2021, with a notable rise of 258.11% from 2008 to 2021.
- Average annual salary increased by 15.29% from 1992 to 2021, with a significant jump from $96,221 to $106,333 between 1992 and 1995.

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