Using OrgChart

Using Icons in Org Charts

Using Icons in Org Charts In an age where information overflows from our screens, and must be consumed in seconds, icons have become a popular way to communicate. An icon, simply defined, is a sign that resembles something. Organisational charts have been around since the mid-1800s and offer a [...]

July 15th, 2020|

Retaining Key Talent

Retaining High Demand Employees With today’s trend toward remote working, employee retention for high demand jobs is a battleground for HR managers. It was found employees from the top 10 tech companies hang around only 1.2 to 3 years and a manager’s ability to visualise the future is critical. [...]

May 27th, 2020|

Better Planning with the 9 Box Grid

How to Use the 9-box Grid for Better HR Planning A 9-box grid provides a visual display of employee performance and is commonly used for succession planning. A 9-box, as seen in the example below, is a way of assessing employees on current performance and future potential within the [...]

August 14th, 2019|

Mind the Gap: Open Positions

Mind the Gap: Managing Open Positions in Your Organization Identifying and filling open positions quickly and effectively is a priority for the human resources department of any organization. Employees come and go constantly, not just with resignations but retirements, promotions and relocations. Gaps in the organization need to be [...]

July 31st, 2019|

Facial Recognition Feature

OrgChart Platinum Facial Recognition Feature: What’s That New Guy’s Name Again? Forgot the name of a colleague you’ve already been introduced to? Need to look up the boss of an employee you met at a trade show? Humans are better at recognizing faces than recalling names. In fact, there’s [...]

July 16th, 2019|