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The Overview report

The idea of the Overview report is to provide a quick insight into the latest results for the chosen report scope when time is scarce and / or to use as a starting point for analyzing the results before diving into the more detailed reports. Below is a description of the different elements of the Overview report (see the picture for number references):

  1. Active employees – showing the number of active employees in the report scope at the time the most recent survey cycle closed, as well as the trend compared with the previous cycle. The line graph shows the scope size over time, and hovering a date point shows the scope size at that point in time.
  2. Comments – showing the number of submitted text comments for the most recent survey cycle, as well as the trend compared with the previous cycle. The line graph shows the number of comments over time, and hovering a graph point shows the number of submitted comments for that specific survey cycle.
  3. Participation – showing the response rate for the most recent survey cycle (i.e. the number of responding employees divided by the number of active employees), as well as the trend compared with the previous cycle. The line graph shows the response rate over time, and hovering a graph point shows the response rate for that specific survey cycle.
  4. The main index – showing the most recent total average of the core dimensions, the trend compared with the previous cycle, as well as the comparison with the benchmark unit (e.g. the nearest department, region etc.). The line graph shows the main index over time, and hovering a graph point shows the main index for that specific survey cycle.
  5. eNPS – showing the most recent eNPS value (i.e. the value from the last survey cycle eNPS was included and therefore not necessarily a value from the latest survey cycle). The trend compared with the previous cycle, as well as the comparison with the benchmark unit (e.g. the nearest department, region etc.) is also shown. The line graph shows the eNPS over time, and hovering a graph point shows the eNPS for that specific survey cycle. If your organization has never included eNPS in a survey cycle, this box shows no result.
  6. Top sentiment – showing the proportion of individual question responses that consisted of the top answer option (i.e. the blue smiley) for the most recent survey cycle. The trend compared with the previous cycle, as well as the comparison with the benchmark unit (e.g. the nearest department, region etc.) is also shown. The line graph shows the top sentiment percentage over time, and hovering a graph point shows the top sentiment percentage for that specific survey cycle.
  7. Result per driver – showing the most recent result, trend and comparison with benchmark for each individual driver, via:
    1. The bar itself represents the latest value for the specific driver for the report scope.
    2. The circle represents the latest value for the specific driver for the benchmark (e.g. the nearest department, region etc.). What constitutes the benchmark is displayed above the bars.
    3. The vertical line represents the value for the previous cycle for the report scope. If the vertical line is further to the right than the bar, the result has gone down compared to the previous cycle.
    4. Hovering the bar displays the exact value, as well as the difference to the the benchmark (i.e. the circle) and the previous cycle (i.e. the vertical line).
  8. Change – showing the change for each driver since the previous survey cycle (i.e. the difference between the vertical line and the bar in the chart).
  9. Benchmark – showing the comparison with the benchmark for each driver (i.e. the difference between the circle and the bar in the chart).
  10. Comments by driver – listing all submitted comments for each driver, along with the corresponding smiley choice for each comment.

Updated on January 29, 2020

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