HR Attrition Dashboard

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HR Attrition Dashboard

HR Attrition Dashboard (Tableau)

About this project

Project Overview:

The HR Attrition Dashboard project is a comprehensive data analytics project that aims to analyze and visualize employee attrition trends within an organization. The project utilizes Tableau, a powerful data visualization tool, to present key insights and metrics related to attrition. This dashboard provides HR professionals and business leaders with valuable information to understand attrition patterns, identify contributing factors, and make data-driven decisions to mitigate attrition.

Task :

  1. Clean the raw data
  2. Make your own calculations and parameters.
  3. Create an interactive report.

Project Objectives:

  1. Analyze Attrition Trends: The dashboard examines attrition rates over time to identify patterns, spikes, and potential underlying causes for employee turnover.
  2. Demographic Analysis: Visualizations showcase attrition rates across different demographic factors such as age groups, gender, and department, enabling deeper insights into potential attrition patterns.
  3. Satisfaction Levels: Assess employee satisfaction scores and determine if there is a relationship between employee satisfaction and attrition.


  1. Enhanced Decision-Making: The HR Attrition Dashboard provides HR professionals and decision-makers with actionable insights to develop targeted strategies for reducing attrition.
  2. Cost Savings: By identifying key attrition patterns and their causes, organizations can proactively address issues, potentially reducing the financial impact of turnover.
  3. Employee Retention: Understanding the factors contributing to attrition empowers organizations to implement measures to improve employee satisfaction, engagement, and retention.
  4. Data-Driven HR: This project highlights the importance of leveraging data analytics in HR processes, enabling evidence-based decision-making and driving organizational success.
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