Engagement Thermometer - Custom Assessments & Questions Categories

Your Custom Assessments & Questions Overview Page

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What is this page about

This page provides information about the Engagement Thermometer module's capability to create tailored assessment cycles for various purposes within the company.

Using a combination of scale questions (similar to Climate Surveys) and open-ended questions, or a mix of both, customized assessments can be designed. These assessments occur at intervals determined by the company, allowing employees to participate and share their feedback anonymously if desired.

One practical application of Customized Assessments is the evaluation of managers. The company can establish predetermined evaluation cycles during which employees assess their managers. This process yields valuable insights into manager performance and helps enhance overall understanding.

On this help page you will be able to

On this help page you will be able to learn how to create new assessments as well as exporting results. We will also show you how to create new questions categories.

Creating new Custom Assessments Cycles

In the Engagement Thermometer tab click on "Custom assessments" you will then find the option "New Assessment", here you will be able to set a Name, description and both start and end date for your nem assessment.

Exporting Results and User Status

Under "Actions" you will have the option to export both files. After selecting the one you want to download, one of the following actions will happen, either the download starts or a link will be send to your email where you can download the file.

How to add and manage Custom Assessment Questions Categories?

The Questions categories helps you manage the questions in a more organized way. You can divide the question into categories. This page lets you create and edit questions categories.

How to create new Custom Assessment Questions Categories?

In the Engagement Thermometer tab click on "Questions Categories" and you will find the option "New Question Category", here you will be able to set a Name for it. You can then create new questions inside this category.

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