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This is an example of a graph relative to the Human resources.



Each column of the grid below the graph has a precise meaning. Obviously all the data are relative to the selected period.



Driver
The driver to whom the data refers shown in a certain row

Work days
Indicates the number f days of work of that driver.
The total of the days of work for all the drivers is shown in parentheses.

Activity percentage
Indicates the percentage of work days of that driver relative to the selected period.

Sick days
Indicates the number of days of absence (of type Sick) of that driver.

Sick percentage
Indicates the percent of the absence (of type Sick) days of that driver relative to the selected period.

Lastly the columns, very similar to those concerning the sickness, concerning absences and inactivity.



Absence days
Indicates the number of days of absence (type different from Sick) of that driver.

Absence percentage
Indicates the percentage of days of absence (type different from Sick) of a driver with respect to the period selected.

Inactivity days
Indicates the number of inactive days for that driver. The total of the inactive days for all the drivers is shown in parentheses.

Inactivity percentage
Indicates the percentage of inactive days of a driver with respect to the selected period.
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