This Report features a sample of questions for each Metric and Sub-metric. In turn, this provides you with an in-depth understanding of how your team is doing across all dimensions and will allow to take action on specific areas of opportunity.
For more on our 10 Key Metrics and Sub-metrics, consult the attached document.
To access the Questions Report, go to Reports - Question.
Business Rule: For results to display, a minimum of 3 responses are needed for that specific question. All results are based on responses given within the past 6 months. If there are not enough responses yet, the bar will indicate that there is "Not Enough Data".
Here's how to use the Question Report:
Understanding the Report
When you first view the Report, you'll see that each of the 10 Key Metrics has been broken down to display a question relating to each Sub-metric as well as the results associated to that particular question.
You can filter by All Company or by specific groups depending on your permissions and will also be able to see the total amount of Users pertaining to the group.
Note: At this time, we only display one question per Sub-metric for a total of 26 questions displayed. We show the results for that particular question. As we only display one question per Sub-metric, there is not always a direct correlation between the overall Sub-metric score and the results of the displayed question as each Sub-metric is made up of 3-5 questions.
To be able to dig deeper, do not hesitate to reach out to the Support team to find out more about the other questions relating to a Sub-metric in question. We also recommend sending out a Custom Poll for any topic for which you wish to delve deeper.
You'll notice that the results are colour-coded to give you a visual representation of the dispersion of responses. By hovering your mouse over the different scores in the Results bar, you'll be able to see the status and percentage of employees belonging to that category.
Note: Results are displayed in percentages and total 100% (when rounded up).
Depending on the size of the group and the number of responses, a Reliability status will appear under the Reliability (High vs. Low). This helps Managers to determine how trustworthy the data is based on the responses given within the past 6 months. If nothing appears, it is because there is not enough data yet to display results (less than 3 responses). The number of Users in the group is displayed at the top.
Below is when a high reliability status will display (these rules have been validated by our Data Specialist):
- If the group has less than 60 employees: At least 50% of employees have responded to the question.
- If the group has more than 60 employees: At least 30 employees in the group have responded to the question.
The Learn More button at the top will bring you directly to this Help Center article if you require a further explanation.
Understanding the Distribution of Results
To get a comprehensive look into how a response to each different type of question is categorized, you can click on the blue Explore Question Types link.