Understanding your Pulse survey results
Once people start submitting responses to their Pulse survey, admins will be able to see analytics around the responses once the number of responses submitted satisfies our anonymity threshold. We offer several views to help you discover insights about your people and organization.
View Participation and Result analytics by navigating to Admin > Engagement > Pulse survey.
Before you start
- When you compare your select time period with the previous time period, it compares it to the previous time period to the date range you've selected. For example, if the time period is set to 90 days, the previous time period would be 90 days before that time range.
- Lattice treats Pulse 'tenure' buckets based on what the employee's tenure is today. For example, let's say an employee is set to hit their 1-year tenure on November 24, 2020. This employee will be pulled into the filter "Tenure = 1-2 years". Now, let's say in the future, this employee has hit the 2-year mark. In this case, their data will be only be shown if the "Tenure = 2-4 years" is marked.
The Participation tab measures the response rate and participation for the Pulse survey over a period of time:
- Participation: The number of people who have answered at least one question out of the total number of people who were sent a Pulse survey
- Response rate: The number of responses submitted out of the total number of questions sent out.
Note: The Participation scores graph reflects when the pulse surveys were submitted, rather than when they were created/sent out.
Learn more about the differences in Response Rate vs Participation in a Pulse Survey.
The Results page shows the scores for each theme and question over time and for the selected time period. You can also view any comments employees left in their survey responses.
Learn more in Calculating scores in a Pulse Survey.