This powerful report empowers managers by allowing them to pinpoint their team’s strengths, and identify opportunities for improvement – right at their fingertips!
How is this achieved? By displaying all of Officevibe's Survey questions and how employees have responded to them - anonymously of course! This provides you with an in-depth understanding of how your team is doing across all dimensions. Pretty neat, right?
To access the Questions Report, head over to Reports - Question. Now let's get into how to actually use this report!
Understanding the Report
Step #1: Choosing a Metric
When you access the report, the first thing you’ll see is what our Product Designers like to call a ’Stacked Buttons Bar’. We non-product designing folk simply refer to it as the 'Metrics Bar'. It allows you to filter the Survey questions by Metric. Here's a peek at what it looks like:
Once you've selected one of the Metrics from the aforementioned 'Metrics Bar', the report is broken down into Sub-metrics and all the Survey questions relating to them are displayed, as well as the results associated with those questions. We're keeping things organized, allowing you to only view the data you want to view! You can see what we've described in the image below:
Note: For results to display, a minimum of 1 response is needed. 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".
Step #2: Analysis and Reliability of Results
We like to keep things simple so we've colour-coded the results to give you a visual representation of the dispersion of responses. Each colour represents a possible answer to the question. By hovering your mouse over the different colours in the Results bar, you'll be able to see the type of response and percentage of employees who chose that answer.
Note: Results are displayed in percentages and total 100% (when rounded up).
To get a comprehensive look into how a response to each type of Survey question is categorized in the Question report, you can see the type of question asked on the left hand side of the question and can then click on the blue Explore Question Types link to find out more. A tool tip will pop-up with a detailed description of the types of Survey questions and how we categorized their possible responses on a standardized scale for this report.
We're all about accurate and reliable data at Officevibe and that's why we've added Reliability rates to the Question report. Meant to empower managers with trustworthy data, reliability rates also allow them to quickly identify trends and determine which ones require closer attention.
The Reliability rates can be found next to the Results bar and they can go from Low to High.
Below indicates what constitutes a high reliability rate (validated by our Data Scientists):
- If there are less than 60 employees in your audience: At least 50% of employees have responded to the question.
- If there are more than 60 employees in your audience: At least 30 employees in the group have responded to the question.
If you have less answers (data points) than described above, then the Reliability rate will be low. A low reliability rate means you should take a step back as a manager and wait before making any decisions based on this data.
If you're curious about our 10 Key Metrics of Engagement, which this report explores, we've attached a document below that describes them in detail.
Now have a go at it and enjoy all this detailed data!