Cycle Time to Process Payroll

While most organizations tend to overlook and underrate HR metrics, their efficiency in assessing the policies, employees and other important aspects is undeniable. Assessment and implementation have to be measurable in order for you and your team to be efficient – and in order for your company to be optimized. Because it is an important… Read more »

HR Metrics
Cycle Time to Resolve Payroll Errors

HR metrics are generally overlooked by most organizations but underrating them might not be the best idea – particularly if you’re an entrepreneur who desires to keep his business well-managed and optimized. Their efficiency in assessing the employees, the policies and the tasks is undeniable. Therefore, as an important part of the area of management,… Read more »

HR Metrics
Days of Supply (DOS)

Days of supply, or DOS for short, is a measurement of inventory that allows a company to maintain normal operations for a while. It does so after there is a disruption in the supply chain. So, every additional day of supply is equal to one less day of lost sales, production and profits. Are you… Read more »

Supply Chain Metrics
Days Payable Outstanding

This financial ratio compares the cost of sales, accounts payable, and the number of bills that remain unpaid in order to calculate the average time in which a company pays its invoices and bills to vendors or other companies. The days payable outstanding (DPO) ratio is usually measured on an annual or quarterly basis in… Read more »

Financial Metrics
Days Sales in Inventory

How many days will it take for your company to sell its entire inventory? Well, if you have no idea, then you can calculate the Days Sales in Inventory, also known as Days Inventory Outstanding or just Days in Inventory. This financial ratio is used to determine how long a company’s stock of items will… Read more »

Financial Metrics
Days Sales Outstanding

Abbreviated as DSO, the Days Sales Outstanding metric is used to show the average number of days it takes to collect a payment after the company has made a sale. This metric is usually determined for a yearly, quarterly, or monthly period. In short, the Days Sales Outstanding is a financial ratio that’s mean to… Read more »

Supply Chain Metrics
Debt Ratio

Today, we will concentrate our attention on the debt ratio – a solvency ratio whose purpose is to measure a company’s total liabilities as a given percentage of its total number of assets. In theory, the debt ratio clearly displays a firm’s financial capability of paying debt with its assets. Therefore, this points how many… Read more »

Financial Metrics
Defensive Interval Ratio (DIR)

The defensive interval ratio is considered to be one of the most valuable liquidity ratios. Expressly, it focuses on calculating how many days it takes for a company to pay for its operating expenses by utilizing its most liquid assets, without reaching external financing resources. Therefore, it is a highly valuable tool that assesses a… Read more »

Financial Metrics
Defining the Debt to Asset Ratio

To begin with, the debt to asset ratio could be defined as a leverage ratio, calculating the total amount of assets financed by creditors, as opposed to investors. That is to say, it indicates the percentage of assets that is funded by borrowing, in relation to the percentage of resources that are specifically funded by… Read more »

Financial Metrics
Diversity Numbers/Nationalities in the Work Force

When you own a company, you know that the employees are going to be different from each other. They are not only of different genders, but they can also have different nationalities and ethnicities, and this helps cultivate diversity and teach acceptance. You probably know every employee of the company to an extent, but it’s… Read more »

HR Metrics