Reporting Systems

We have spent several years designing and implementing a reporting system that:

  • Reports Multiple Levels of Outcomes and Drivers of Engagement
  • Is Cost and Time Efficient: based on Metrics@Work existing templates and systems
  • Is Flexible: allowing for extensive organizational customizations
  • Is Easy to Read: simple, colour coded graphs and difference indicators allow even the most ‘number phobic’ people to successfully read, understand and use
  • Easily Interpretable and Actionable: clearly identifies strengths and opportunities at any level requested in your organization, as well as importance of each issue to respondents’ quality of work life

We make out reports available online via a password protected site. They have been developed for use by HR organizational development staff and Department and Division leaders to conduct action planning in key areas of opportunity in employee engagement and quality of work-life in general.

Conduct Your Own Analyses and Run Your Own Reports!

Metrics@Work has partnered with a leading provider of online sampling and reporting, to offer our clients the ability to analyze and report on their aggregated data online and on-the-fly. This Analytics system offers the following benefits:

  • Robust, real-time data presentation ideal for monitoring studies even during the initial stages of project field.
  • Quick access to verbatim responses – cross tabulation of open-ends is possible
  • Full compatibility with all browser-types, Smart phones and tablet PCs.
  • Single platform for reporting and analytics.
  • Ability to weight data and conduct significance testing.
  • Create cross-tabulations and export results.
  • Drag-and-drop data into PowerPoint® to create personalized data presentations with ease.

Commentary Reports

We routinely collect and report respondents’ written comments, organized by topic and potentially sorted by workgroup. Our key responsibility is to protect the anonymity of respondents and, as such, we ‘clean’ all commentary data, removing self-identifiers before it is presented back verbatim to your organization, organized by survey topic. This report is usually kept at the organizational level and provided on the basis of very large groups (minimum practice has been N=30; normal is N=50), to protect the respondents.