HR platform: Viewing my Goals (OKRs) from my dashboard


The HR platform uses the Objective, Key Results (OKRs) framework that focuses on transparent company, team, and employee goals. When using OKRs effectively, you will align and connect all your employees to your company goals, meaning your entire workforce will have visibility of the company goals and how their team and them as an individual can contribute towards this common purpose.

OKRs can also increase employee productivity by providing a clear focus on your organisational goals. If an individual knows exactly what they are aiming for and knows they will receive recognition for their efforts towards certain objectives, key results or company goals, then they will be more productive within their role.

The My dashboard feature provides you easy access to the aspects of Employment Hero that are most important to you, such as viewing your assigned goals (OKR's). The HR platform updates the displayed data at regular intervals, to ensure you have the latest information at your disposal.

HR Best Practice

  • Make your OKRs bold and ambitious - OKRs should be about achieving big process improvements and should take you out of your comfort zone.
  • Align employee OKRs with the company OKRs - this ensures you are working towards the same goals as your organisation overall.
  • Set realistic but ambitious timeframes for your OKRs.
  • Pair each objective with between 4 and 5 key results. It is important to have enough key results to ensure a good number of tracking methods are put in place but not too many that the measuring process becomes too complex. 
  • Report progress regularly and maintain transparency throughout - regular communication within your teams is key to ensure you keep track of how your OKRs are performing .


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Getting started

Viewing my goals (OKR's)
  1. Within the Goals (OKR) widget, you can click the desired goal to view further details.
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