• Observations on Employee Tardiness

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    The average number of minutes
    that employees in the Ximble system
    are late is _____ minutes.

    • 114.2 minutes

    Statistical sample of 263258 clock-in records, 378 companies, 6456 employees,
    where late minutes ≥1 and all shift durations were included

    • 84 minutes

    Statistical sample of 175703 clock-in records, 356 companies, 5782 employees,
    where minutes ≥1 and shifts durations were ≤ 8h

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    The average number of minutes
    that employees in the Ximble system
    were late but who had shift reminders enabled is ______
    while the average number of minutes
    being late for those who didn’t have these reminders enabled is ______.

    HAD SHIFT REMINDERS:

    • 95.9 minutes

    Statistical sample of 74710 clock-in records, 185 companies, 2448 employees,
    where late minutes ≥1 and all shift durations were included

    • 76.5 minutes

    Statistical sample of 53086 clock-in records, 181 companies, 2170 employees,
    where late minutes ≥1 and shifts durations were ≤ 8h

    DID NOT HAVE SHIFT REMINDERS:

    • 121.4 minutes

    Statistical sample of 188549 clock-in records, 365 companies, 5224 employees,
    where late minutes ≥1 and all shift durations were included

    • 87.3 minutes

    Statistical sample of 122617 clock-in records, 339 companies, 4588 employees,
    where late minutes ≥1 and shifts durations were ≤ 8h

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    The average number of minutes that
    employees from the United States in the Ximble system
    are late is _____ minutes.

    • 101.2 minutes

    Statistical sample of 127549 clock-in records, 115 companies, 3079 employees,where late minutes ≥1 and all shift durations were included

    • 69.6 minutes

    Statistical sample of 83160 clock-in records, 109 companies, 2700 employees,
    where late minutes ≥1 and shifts durations were ≤ 8h

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    The average number of minutes that
    employees from Australia in the Ximble system
    are late is _____ minutes.

    • 72.29 minutes

    Statistical sample of 2345 clock-in records, 7 companies, 66 employees,
    where late minutes ≥1 and all shift durations were included

    • 48.5 minutes

    Statistical sample of 1082 clock-in records, 7 companies, 64 employees,
    where late minutes ≥1 and shifts durations were ≤ 8h

  • Observations on Employee Absenteeism

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    The average number of shifts missed (absences)
    by employees using the Ximble system
    is _____.

    • 29.3 missed shifts per employee

    Statistical sample of 197758 clock-in records, 6250 different employees, 417 companies,
    all shift durations were included

    • 27 missed shifts per employee

    Statistical sample of 171621 clock-in records, 5794 different employees, 398 companies, all shift durations were ≤ 8h

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    The average number of shifts missed
    by employees using the Ximble system
    but who had shift reminders enabled is __ shifts____
    while the number of average absences
    for those who didn’t have these reminders enabled is __ shifts____.

    HAD SHIFT REMINDERS:

    • 21.4 shifts

    Statistical sample of 59938 clock-in records, 2343 different employees, 201 companies,
    all shift durations were included

    • 19.9 shifts

    Statistical sample of 52472 clock-in records, 2157 different employees, 196 companies,
    all shift durations were ≤ 8h

    DID NOT HAVE SHIFT REMINDERS:

    • 25.6 shifts

    Statistical sample of 137821 clock-in records, 4974 different employees, 411 companies, all shift durations were included

    • 23.8 shifts

    Statistical sample of 119149 clock-in records, 4571 different employees, 390 companies, all shift durations were ≤ 8h

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    The average number of shifts missed
    by employees from the United States using the Ximble system
    is _____.

    • 26.64 shifts

    Statistical sample of 86910 clock-in records, 2881 different employees, 123 companies, all shift durations included

    • 24.29 shifts

    Statistical sample of 73247 clock-in records, 2613 different employees, 116 companies, shifts durations were ≤ 8h

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    The average number of shifts missed
    by employees from Australia using the Ximble system
    is 14.22 shifts.

    • 14.22 Shifts

    Statistical sample of 1059 clock-in records, 77 different employees, 10 companies, shifts durations ≤ 8h

  • Insights into Employee Losses & Requested Time-off

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    The total loss of income due to their missed shifts
    for employees in the United States
    is on average $ 2146.61 (based on their pay rate).

    Based on the data from question 7 for all shifts

    The total loss of income due to their missed shifts
    for employees in Australia
    is on average $ 1885 (based on their pay rate).

    Based on the data from question 8

    The total loss of income due to their late arrivals
    for employees in the United States
    is on average $ 926.926 (based on their pay rate).

    Based on the data from question 3 for all shifts

    The total loss of income due to their late arrivals
    for employees in Australia
    is on average ${AUD} 901.14 (based on their pay rate).

    Based on the data from question 4 for all shifts

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    The average number of time off requests
    that employees in the Ximble system requested
    is 9.32 requests per employee.

    249349 time-off requests, 26746 employees, 1436 companies

    The average number of approved days off
    that employees took as a time off in the Ximble system
    are 2 days.

    241324 approved requests, 25955 employees, 1308 companies

    The average rejection rate of time off requests
    through Ximble
    is 3.21%.

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    The average number of time off requests
    that employees from the United States
    in the Ximble system requested
    is 8.1 requests per employee.

    69547 time-off requests, 8581 employees, 352 companies

    The average number of approved days off
    that employees from the United States
    took as a time off in the Ximble system
    is 2.43 days.

    66103 approved requests, 8273 employees, 340 companies

    The average rejection rate of time off requests
    made by employees from the United States
    through Ximble
    is 4.95%.

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    The average number of time off requests
    that employees from Australia
    in the Ximble system requested
    is 8.52 requests per employee.

    4184 time-off requests, 491 employees, 33 companies

    The average number of approved days off
    that employees from Australia
    took as a time off in the Ximble system
    is 4.54 days.

    4117 approved time-off requested, 485 employees, 30 companies

    The average rejection rate of time off requests
    made by employees from Australia
    through Ximble
    is 1.6%.

  • Identified Trends of Time-off Requests

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    The percentage of the US companies
    that have employees outside the US
    is 4.66%.

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    The percentage of employees
    outsourced by the US companies
    is 1.72%.

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    On average 20.19% of time clock punches
    with Ximble are made through a mobile device.

    Regardless whether it was for Clock-In or Clock-Out.

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    The average number of internal communication messages (per employee)
    sent by using Ximble where that option is enabled
    is 10.27 messages per employee.

    88046 sent messages, 8565 employees, 1004 companies

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    The average number of time off requests
    that employees in the system requested
    is 9.32 requests per employee.

    When it comes to the U.S., this number is slightly smaller
    8 requests per employee.

    In Australia, this number goes to approximately
    8.5 requests per employee.

    Based on last year’s records for the U.S. companies, the highest percentage of employees requested time off in June, July, and August. This is probably due to vacation days, which most people take in summer. These three months make up almost one third (30%) of all requests throughout the year.

    When it comes to Australia, the situation is quite similar. Most requests come during the summer months (in this case January, February, and March). These three months make up more than one third of all the requests, which is more than in the U.S. However, this is expected since the average number is higher for Australia.c

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    Approximately 95% of time off requests are approved by managers/supervisors in the U.S.

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    Approximately 99% of time-off requests are approved by managers/supervisors in Australia.

  • Insights into Dropped Shifts and Trades

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    The graph below shows
    the number of shift trades for each month of the year

    Based on the sample of 2.256 employees (808 of which were from the US), and 354 companies (100 from the U.S.).

    It is possible to see that June, July, and August are the months with most trades, probably due to an increasing number of PTO/vacation days. This means that these 3 months make up 37% of the shift trades during the whole year.

    One interesting fact is that employees request three shift trades a month on average. If a company has many employees, this could be very frustrating for managers, especially if they approve/reject such trades manually for each employee.

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    When it comes to covering shifts
    the number of these requests is on average
    9 requests per employee.

    Based on 2.383 employees (1.065 from the US) in 263 companies (77 were U.S. companies).

    4.40% of all the requests are partial covers which typically last for an average 3.5 hours. This is almost one half of a regular shift. This means that one employee is working almost 150% of his capacity due to covering some other employee who requested a shift cover.

    Another interesting fact is that a manager/supervisor approves 85% of shift covers after employees have already agreed to cover for each other.

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    Similar to shift trades, shift drops
    also tend to occur pretty frequently.

    Based on last year’s records, the average number of shift drops per employee per month was approximately 5 shift drops (1.532 employees – 602 of which were from the U.S., and 138 companies – 43 of which were from the U.S.). However, there are no specific months when drops tend to occur more frequently.