To take advantage of LinkedIn analytics you need, of course, to create an account. You are likely to have a company LinkedIn page and account, as well as individual accounts for your employees. It’s important to make the distinction between LinkedIn interactions and Twitter/Facebook interactions. In LinkedIn, you and your employees are representing the company. This is not where personal or casual social media communication occurs, and professionalism is everything.
If you are the one creating the company’s LinkedIn page, then you—or whomever you appoint—will have access to that page’s analytics. Anyone with Page Admin status has the authority to view a company page’s analytics, which will have its own tab under the “Admin View.” The analytics tab is located at the top, between “Page” and “Activity.”