The graphs are meant to be a tool for Users to benchmark their responses against colleagues as well as the workforce community around the world. We have collected some of the more common questions surrounding the charts and graphs.
Who does the My Org data represent?
My Org represents answers submitted by all employees within your organization. Global represents answers submitted by other companies for bench-marking purposes. An info icon is present on most dialog cards so you can access this definition.
How many responses does the data represent?
Dialog response cards contain the information regarding how many Users have responded to questions. This is found by hovering over the colored dots found in the key at the bottom of the cards.
Why do the My Org data and Global data appear to be the very same line?
If an organization chooses to edit or re-word a question card, no other organizations will be answering the edited question. In this case, the graphed data will show the My Org data and Global data as the very same line. In the example below, the same response graph is shown in two different courses. One visibly shows the two separate lines while the other line is the very same one for both My Org and Global.
Why don't the percentages add up to 100%?
The numbers on the left are a guide to assess the various points along the graph. When reading the "My Org" data along here, look at the green curve and see where the curve was hitting each of those answer lines. Then, use the percentages along the left to understand how much of My Org population answered with the different options. The numbers should equal 100%. In this example, 35% said Rarely while 0% said Often. 18% fell right in the middle.