The Engage Dashboard helps you keep a pulse on workplace satisfaction. An engaged staff is crucial for higher productivity, satisfied customers, strong workplace culture, and employee retention.
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Viewing the Engage Dashboard
To view the Engage Dashboard on the web app, click the 'Engage' tab at the top of the page.
1. You will be directed to the current week. You can review previous weeks by using the 'Date Picker.'
2. Accounts with multiple locations can choose which location to review with the Location drop-down menu.
3. You can filter by user type Employee, Manager, and Assistant Manager.
4. Toggle between Week and Month view.
The Employee Engagement section will show you the employees who are 'Most Reliable,' 'Most Eager,' had the 'Most Sick Days,' are 'Most Often Late,' and had the 'Most Dropped Shifts.'
Most Reliable: The employee with the best weekly shift coverage. This employee has the least 'no shows' and is the most punctual this week.
The Shift Feedback section shows your average shift score collected from Shift Feedback surveys.
You can view your shift feedback responses by clicking on 'View Shift Feedback.'
Filter your Shift Feedback by rating and/or Role.
Most Engaged and Least Engaged
The Most Engaged and Least Engaged sections will display the 3 most or least engaged employees. Each employee's level of engagement is determined by several factors including punctuality, shift bids, and dropped shifts over a 4-week span.
By hovering over them you can view their Engage data in these categories:
The Location Data section displays the total number of Lates, No Shows, Sick, Shift Bids, and Dropped Shifts for the week. You will also be able to review the variance from the previous week for each category.
Click on 'View Insights' to view the specific Employee stats for that Location.
You can send a message to the employee directly from the stats popup, to address their attendance and engagement.
Lates: The number of shifts in a week where an employee has arrived late for their scheduled start time.
No Shows: The number of occurrences in a week where an employee was scheduled for a shift and did not show up.