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 - Questions.
Here's how to use the Questions 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'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%.
Question Data Progression
Due to the randomness of the Pulse Survey approach, it may take some time to collect enough data for all Sub-metrics. This means that you'll be able to preview the partial results to a question as they come in. In the Results bar, you'll see a gray area that represents the percentage of employees who have yet to answer or who've chosen to skip the question.
As soon as there is one question that has sufficient data to display, you will be able to view it regardless if the other questions have insufficient data. However, until all questions have sufficient data to begin displaying results, the report will be considered partial.
A minimum of three active Users is needed in a group in order to display scores. If you don't have sufficient data for all of the 26 questions included in the report, you will see a message displayed which states that there is Not Enough Data and you'll then be able to click on View Demo to see an example of a complete Report.
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 our Question Types link.