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New hire pull request benchmark report

Report on and compare the number of pull requests (PRs) raised by each new hire against their cohort's average.

How to measure your new hire's productivity in Github

With Rippling’s ‘New Hire Pull Request Benchmark Report’, you can measure your new hires' progress by comparing how many pull requests they raise against their cohort's average.

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Recipe Overview

The number of Github pull requests merged by a new hire is a good barometer for how quickly they’re getting up to speed.

But managers and department leads often don't have a good objective benchmark for how their new hire is performing compared to other new hires in the company.

With this Recipe, you’ll be able to pull data from Github to calculate the average number of PRs raised by an engineer within their first few months. This can then be used as a quantitative benchmark to help managers evaluate each new engineering hire's progress compared to their peers' historical performance.

Want to add other employee details like employee level or tenure? As with all our report Recipes, you can customize this template with additional data, filters, grouping, and more to help you answer your specific questions.

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Manage group policies, grant or deny account access, and authenticate users to keep your company data secure. Stay a step ahead with role-based access control that automatically determines who should get access to which apps like Google Workspace, Slack, and Office 365.

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Manage all your people operations from one powerful, intuitive system. From payroll to benefits, employee engagement to time tracking, Rippling's deep understanding of your employees and operations helps you automate away busy work. Finally, you can focus on the important stuff—your people.

About Github

GitHub is a software code hosting and collaboration tool with a community of millions of people using it to build software, share information, collaborate on projects, offer support, and more. GitHub also creates and supports development tools like Atom, Electron, and Desktop.

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