RETAIN has reports for each of the survey types, overall turnover, at-risk employees, and contact information that is invalid. The filtering features help you dig into the data without feeling overwhelmed.
New Hire Survey
This report shows results for the last 12 months. You can see how employees rated questions based on how many days they have been with your company.
The results for this report come from the most recent engagement survey.
This report also shows averages based on survey results for the last 12 months.
This report keeps track of how many employees quit quarterly. You can see data from the last 90 days as well as the turnover rate based on the number of days an employee is with the company.
Employees who make comments that indicate they may be at risk of quitting are listed in this report. You can see the employees’ concerns so you can address them immediately. RETAIN will also notify you directly via email and in your notifications if an employee submits an at-risk response.
Invalid Contact Report
Easily download a CSV file of all the employees who have missing or invalid contact information.
RETAIN makes it easy for you to see the data that is relevant to your needs. By using filters, you can determine what to focus on in your reports.
Location – See responses for one or multiple locations.
Compare By – Filter results by current employment status, department, generation, location, and milestone.
Graph – See a bar chart comparison or trend over time.
Short Tenure – For Exit surveys, you can choose to just see responses from those who were short tenure employees.
Filtering By Reports
|New Hire||Engagement||Exit||Turnover||At Risk|
Current Employment Status
Bar Chart Comparison
Trend Over Time
How Filters Can Focus Data
When you filter your data, it allows you to look for trends. The examples below show the same question with different comparison filters.
The pink circles show what comparison filter is applied. The green boxes show expandable groupings that you can compare.
For instance, in the second image from the top, you can see how many baby boomers responded versus millennials. You can also expand the baby boomer selection to see what people in this age group said about the question.