Clients that have purchased 'Standard' or 'Premium' Analytics will see the Analytics feature on the left-hand panel. Under the Analytics section, you will see the Overview tab. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions or to learn more about our analytics packages.
The Overview tab is the default view when clicking into the Analytics feature from the left-hand navigation for a Manage user. The path for this tab is Manage > Analytics > Overview tab. The Overview page consists of 6 sections:
The top section gives a volumetric overview of the responses that power the scores for the last 12 months coming from completed content.
Number of completed courses and microlessons where enough people have responded to questions to calculate scores.
Number of learners in the organization whose responses to questions are used to calculate the scores.
Total number of question responses received from learners within the past 12 months that are used in score calculation.
The last response date of a completed content.
View Details link which opens additional detail describing contributors to the scores. See more info here.
This is a summarized view which rolls up the Indicator scores into their respective Competency. The bars are color-coded and labeled with the Competency they represent. The value in the bar (ex. 57th) is the percentile score.
Hovering over a Competency bar displays a detailed view of its Indicator Scores.
For more information to understand the Social Indicators graph, refer to Understanding Social Indicator Performance.
The left (the Y-axis) shows the percentile and the performance categories. We code "Outperfoming", "Performing", and "Underperforming" as follows:
Outperforming: The scores are in the top 25th percentile (76th-100th Percentile)
Performing: Scores are within the middle range (26th-75th Percentile)
Underperforming: Scores are in the zero to 25th percentile.
The Attrition Barometer gives organizations insight into how their environment can affect important business metrics.
Historical client and learner data are used to predict the percentage of learners at risk of attrition in the next 6 months due to workplace social interactions. Rates are based on social dynamics in the workplace as reported by learners who have taken Emtrain programs and lessons. For best results, continuously deploy lessons.
Attrition can be due to many factors, but Emtrain’s attrition risk model only predicts the subset caused by unhealthy workplace dynamics. Some people stay in positions despite toxic environments, and some leave despite very healthy work environments. We don’t account for things like compensation or opportunities elsewhere.
Among our clients, the highest percentage of learners predicted at risk for attrition exceed 15%, while the lowest percentage is around 1%.
For more information, see Attrition Barometer FAQ.
Download Executive Summary
This view serves as a quick overview for those KPI leadership conversations. Option to download an Executive Summary. This opens a new browser tab with the Competency Scores, Competency Scores Over Time and the Indicator Scores. From this window, there is a download button in the upper left that downloads a .png version of the page.
If your company does not have enough data for an indicator, the bar will be gray with the text “Insufficient data”. This means not enough learners have completed related coursework to supply reliable data.
To see an indicator score, 2 or more qualifying questions associated with that indicator must have learner responses. Qualifying questions mean:
30+ companies have answered a particular question
50+ learners have answered a particular question if<200 learners in the organization
100+ learners have answered a particular question if 200+ learners in the organization