At Lattice we understand that not all parts of a review are treated equally. As a result, we have created weighted scoring to allow admins to export their review data, weight it offline in a CSV, and then import a final score for an employee.

How to Turn on Weighted Scoring

Step 1: Navigate to the "Admin" panel found on the top navigation bar

Step 2: On the left Administration panel, select "Reviews"

Step 3: Click on "Scores"

Step 4: Toggle "Weighted score" on

Adding Weights to Scores (With Calibration)

If you have turned on both calibration and weighted scoring, you can now enter your weighted scores within the platform! 

Note: If you have turned on weighted scoring and not calibration, follow the workflow for "Adding Weights to Scores (With No Calibration)".

Step 1: Close the review cycle to kick off the calibration and weighted scoring process process

To do this, navigate to the "Admin" panel, click on "Reviews," and then "End review and calibrate."

Step 2: Within the "Scores and Calibration" Section, click on "Go to Calibration" 

Step 3: Within the Calibration window, scroll to the right to enter in your weighted scores. 

Note: weighted scores can be any real number

You are also able to upload your weighted scores via CSV. You will first want to click into the "CSV" icon in the top right corner, and click "Download Scores".

Once you have entered your scores within your CSV, click into the "CSV" icon, and click "Upload Scores" to populate your calibrated and weighted scores into Lattice. 

Adding Weights to Scores (With No Calibration)

After the review cycle has ended, if you turned on weight scoring during set up, you will have a "Scoring" section in your Admin "Post Review" Process.

To add weights to employee scores, click on the "Download Scores and Templates" button. 

  • The Review data will be an export of all information that was collected in the review cycle.
  • The template will be what you upload back into Lattice to created your weighted score.

Weighted Score Calculation

As an admin, it will be up to you to determine how you want to weight each piece of the review cycle and how you want to calculate the final scores. After you have analyzed all of your review data, you will put you final weight score for each into the template and upload it back into Lattice.

Employees' weight scores can be any number. This mean positive, negative, and decimals will be accepted into Lattice.

Uploading Weight Scores

After you have uploaded your scores, you will be able to see all of the employees' scores in the Scoring section of your review. 

Viewing Weighted Scores 

After the weighted scores have been added to Lattice, you will be able to view them in the Scores section of your review cycle. On this view you will see the employee's score and the number next to it will be the difference between the employee's score and the average score across the company.

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