Instructions on how to look at internal employee perception reports within Pomello.
Accessing Employee Perception Reports
In order to access individual Employee Perception Reports that have been completed:
- Navigate to the people and surveys tab for the group that you’re looking at viewing the employee in relation to (usually the department that an employee belongs to.)
- Click on the percentage score next to their name (you can use the search feature as well for larger groups.)
The Pomello Employee Perception Report is a one-page summary designed to give you an overview of an employee’s perception of the values they see being prioritized around them, as well as their most representative intrinsic motivators. The information on the employee profile includes perception scores on a 0-100 scale, and the qualitative information that drives those scores. On average, higher scores indicate that employee’s perception of the culture around them is well aligned. The higher the perception score, the more engaged and satisfied an employee is likely to be at your company.
We recommend using employee perception reports as a learning and development or management tool. Remember, this is a non-judgmental report. Intrinsic motivators should be used to inspire your employees, and their perception is representative of what they see around them, not what they personally think should be valued.
How to Use the Overall Score
- The overall fit score featured at the top of the candidate profile is a measure of how similar this employee’s perceptions are to the team they are being looked at within the context of.
- Scores can be compared between employees, to provide apples-to-apples comparisons on a relative basis.How consistently do employees see the values within your organization?
- If an employee has poor perception this is indicative of the values that are prioritized not being clearly communicated to the employee.
- Managers use these scores to understand where the team is falling short in communicating its values.
How to Use the Motivator Section
- Motivators are the characteristics of work that innately appeal to an individual.
- In this section we look at your employees top five motivators and compare them to the team as a whole.
- Rather than focusing on one motivator in particular, think about the top motivators in conjunction with one another. These can be used to drive engagement with a particular employee by choosing responsibilities and tasks that speak to this individual’s motivational profile.
How to Use the Values Section
- The chart on the right shows the relative perception of the seven different values areas, and examines alignment between the perception of values on the team and the individual.
- Look for areas of alignment and misalignment between the team and the employee.
- In particular, focus on the values that are most valued by the team—those where the value is furthest out from the center of the chart. Strong alignment on these will help an employee feel engaged.