There are a range of data sources that can help inform workforce and succession planning.
Below are some examples -
- Oracle HR and Payroll
The main source of data for workforce profiles, but managers also have direct access to a range of employee information via the SAC Service Reporting function.
- Corporate Systems
Including, but not limited to, Etarmis (flexi and annual leave), Liberty (telephony), BOB (supply/contract employee scheduling), Lagan (customer complaints and feedback), and new starter and exit surveys.
- Corporate Policy Team
A range of demographic and service user data is available via the Socio-Economic Profile.
- HSCP Planning and Performance
A range of health and social care related data, including Locality Planning.
- Risk, Safety and Resilience Team
A range of related registers, data and documents related to strategic and operational risk can be accessed by contacting the team directly.
- Association for Public Service Excellence (APSE)
The APSE network provides Performance Benchmarking for Frontline Local Government Service.
- Local Government Benchmarking Framework
The framework brings together a wide range of information about how all Scottish councils perform in delivering services to local communities.
- Professional Institutes
Many institutes and professional bodies collate and share service specifc workforce data - examples include the Chartered Trading Standards Institute (CTSI) and the The Royal Environmental Health Institute of Scotland (REHIS)
Contact your OD Advisor for further guidance on related workforce and succession planning data.