The first thing you'll see when you sign in to ChartHop is the dashboard, which gives employees a home page that summarizes the organization across a variety of info cards.
Figure 1: The ChartHop dashboard.
In the upper right-hand corner, the dashboard displays a widget with the total number of people and jobs in your Org. Remember, people and jobs are different.
Figure 2: The people and jobs widget.
If there are still onboarding steps recommended for your Org, they will populate in the top row of dashboard cards. In the example below, Dunder Mifflin still needs to upload a hiring plan, sync their stock grants, and install the Slack app.
Figure 3: Onboarding tasks on the dashboard.
A timeline of recent Org changes is displayed in the lower left-hand corner of the dashboard. In the example below, we see that two employees recently had title changes. This section can be further configured if you email the support team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Figure 4: People moves on the dashboard.
Any open jobs in the Org will be displayed on the bottom row of the dashboard. This can be useful in promoting referrals, or giving employees opportunities to apply for internal openings.
Figure 5: Open jobs in ChartHop.
Finally, if there are any anniversaries or birthdays to take note of, they will also be displayed on the dashboard. These are convenient when conducting all-hands calls with the Org, as you can reference this card and call out any birthdays or anniversaries.
Figure 6: Anniversaries and birthdays in ChartHop.