The Workforce Metrics feature, formerly known as Global Workforce Analytics (GWA), is available to our full-census participants. This feature gives clients the ability to compare the distribution of their headcount and compensation spend against the market across regions and job functions.
- The separate industry specific views are now combined into one Industry filter that is identical to those available in RGCD. Clients now have the ability to view the entire market, or filter on just technology firms (select TC, TH, TS), life sciences firms (select LS, MD), or any other particular industries or sectors.
- The “Functions” and “Category / Levels” widgets are now fully aligned with the new RGCD job functions, jobs categories and job levels.
- The timing of updates for Workforce Metrics has changed from twice a year to quarterly, matching the quarterly data publication schedule of RGCD.
Below please find an overview of some of the key features and how to navigate Workforce Metrics.
Headcount by Region
The charts compare the distribution of your full-time workforce (blue) against the market (gold) around the world.
Spend by Region
These charts compare the distribution of your actual total direct compensation (blue) against the market (gold) around the world.
These charts compare the distribution of your headcount (left) and spend (right) by function relative to the market.
These charts compare the distribution of your headcount (left) and spend (right) by category and level relative to the market
Drill Down or Up
Click on the drill down and drill up icons to move between viewing the data by category or level.
Dynamic Chart Filters
When you click on any segment of the doughnut or bar charts below, the entire dataset will filter based on that selection. For example, clicking on US in a doughnut chart will make the Function and Category Level bar charts display US-only data. Click the reset icon above any chart to deselect your filter.
Download your Data
Click on this download link at any time to export your analysis to Excel.
Expand your Chart View
Click on the expand icon above any chart for a full-screen view of that chart.