Understanding Engagement Insights

Engagement insights help you understand the receptiveness of the employees with respect to the particular engagement drivers.

The important thing to note before analysing the engagement insights is to ensure that you’ve selected the right engagement survey, the precise cohort (learn cohort creation from here) and are on point with how you wish to split the data, in addition to, of course, the correct time range. 


Next, the bar graph on the left-hand side plots drivers against their respective percentage score, showcasing the overall receptiveness of the participants in correspondence to individual drivers, from a specific cohort.


Next, the box on the right-hand side showcases the cohorts that have been rated the highest and lowest, cumulatively on the basis of all the drivers, in the selected survey. You can switch between the highest and lowest by clicking on the arrow button on the top corner.


Finally, in the bottom screen, all the drivers are listed with their respective overall rating (one displayed in the bar graph) and the rating distribution.


Clicking on a driver will take you to a new window comprising 3 new sections.

Here, the left-hand side chart, which can be modified basis the timeline you select, showcases the time of the year when ratings were attributed to the given driver while the right-hand side chart showcases the composition of each group and the respective rating given by them, for the said driver. Hovering on any of the bars will also show you the break-up of the rating attributed to all the ranges.

The most important parameter for viewing these graphs is the “Split by” option just before the bar graph (highlighted in the image above). This provides three different options for splitting your data. These are by,

  • Department
  • Location
  • Designation

Each category consists of some constituents (which you’d have created), which will be shown on the bar graph along with the respective rating they’ve attributed to the main driver.

Next, the table at the bottom is just another representation of the data being showcased by the graphs, helping with easier and accurate interpretation.

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