In this article:
- What is the ME Report?
- Enabling the ME Report
- Accessing the ME Report
- Understanding the ME Report: Engagement
What is the ME Report?
The My Engagement (ME Report) is a personalized report survey-takers immediately receive after taking an engagement survey. The ME Report is also confidential, only being accessible by the survey-taker.
The report contains a breakdown of what areas survey takers scored the highest and lowest as well as suggestions curated by Quantum Workplace's Insights Analysts to improve engagement.
With immediate feedback and personalized suggestions, the ME Report is the perfect resource to educate and empower employees to take action.
Enabling the ME Report
First, the ME Report is not enabled by default. Reach out to your Customer Success Manager (CSM) to have them enable the ME Report for your organization.
Next, to access the ME Report, the engagement survey must be created using the Annual Engagement Survey template. Keep in mind - questions can still be added, removed or edited when starting with a pre-populated template. We will go into more detail on this in the following section.
Lastly, when creating the engagement survey, reach out to your CSM to ensure the ME Report function will be enabled for your survey.
Note: The ME Report is compatible with public survey links. However, since a public survey link doesn’t observe an employee’s identity, the ME Report won’t display their name.
Designing a survey that maximizes the ME Report.
To take advantage of the ME Report’s benefits, it’s important to choose the Annual Engagement Survey template. If you choose to add, remove or edit any questions there are a few things to keep in mind.
If a scaled question is added or edited and not assigned a category, the ME Report will still report the data. However, the data will be under an uncategorized section and may not roll into your overall results and reflect employee voices as well as it could.
You can also edit the wording of specific questions. As long as the intent of the original question remains intact, the responses to the edited question will be measured in your report. To leverage Quantum Workplace's Quick Impacts with your own custom survey questions, contact your CSM for assistance. If you have any questions, reach out to your CSM for assistance.
Accessing the ME Report
Employees with a Quantum Workplace account can see their ME Reports at any time by navigating to the Surveys home page. Find the survey with the ME Report and click the ⋮ icon to expand a drop-down menu. From the drop-down, select View My ME Report.
ME Report: Pulse Survey
In the header of the ME Report, you'll see the options to Download PDF and Email My Report to secure your report. See an example ME Report.
To protect employee confidentiality, users without Quantum Workplace accounts should either download or email their ME Report to secure it for future reference. Once the browser window with their ME Report is closed, users will not be able to access it.
In the Your Results section, engagement results will be displayed by the survey question category in descending order by favorability. The survey taker’s average favorability response is shown at the bottom.
The We’re in this together section provides suggestions and information to improve engagement amongst lower-ranked categories. This information can also be a reference for future 1-on-1 conversations with managers to help improve engagement.
What happens next summarizes the organization’s next steps and what employees can expect from them. There is also another opportunity to save the ME Report via the Download PDF or Email My Report button.
ME Report: Engagement Survey
In the header, employees will see a thank you message followed by areas where employees were rated the highest and lowest. See an example ME Report.
The body of this document provides suggestions and actionable advice to improve engagement in lower-rated areas. It's recommended that this report be referenced for conversations between managers and direct reports for productive conversations on improving engagement.
What happens with the survey results summarizes the organization’s next steps and what employees can expect from them.