In Officevibe, you can create groups to measure Employee Engagement based on location, department, reporting managers, age groups, etc. Please note that an employee could belong to more than one group.
Add New Groups
You can go ahead and click on the blue Create Group button.
Once you've clicked on Create Group, you will have the option to choose between creating a Smart Group or a Manual group. See our article on Smart Groups to know more about this option!
Add Members to a Group
You can simply type in the name of someone to add them to the group. Someone who's a member of a group will see their scores affect that group.
Note: To be able to view scores and other quantitative data, you will need to have a minimum of 3 users in a group. To have access to the anonymous feedback for a group, the minimum requirement is 5 members in a group.
Add or Remove Managers to a Group
To add someone as a manager of a group, you can simply type in their name. Someone who's a manager of a group won't see their scores affect their group. They'll be able to review the feedback and the reports for the groups they manage. To remove a manager, simply press on the X next to their name.
Members can be removed from a group simply by clicking on the red Remove button.
Groups can be deleted completely by going to Groups - Edit next to the group's name and clicking on the red Delete Group link at the bottom.
Note: Deleting a group will permanently cause all scores and Feedback related to that group to be deleted. If employees are members of other groups, their scores and Feedback will remain for those groups.
Important: Officevibe has strict rules in place to preserve the anonymity of employees who choose to share Feedback.The possibility of having employees be a part of several groups could, if misused, compromise anonymity as Feedback will be displayed in each group a single person belongs to.
When creating your groups, please keep in mind that employees' feedback could be viewed by someone who has access to the data for all groups and they may be able to identify who wrote the feedback by filtering comments by group. When an employer agrees to our Terms & Conditions they commit to use the platform appropriately and in an ethical manner. Using the Group feature to identify the author of a piece of Feedback would qualify as a misuse and be against our T&Cs.