Reading Candidate Survey Results

 
 
  
 
To read a candidate’s reference report, you must move the candidate from ‘In Progress’ to ‘Complete’. This is done by highlighting the name of the candidate and clicking RELEASE REPORT.  You can move a candidate even if the required number of respondents have not yet replied; but ideally, you will have enough feedback to create a quality reference report before releasing the candidate’s survey from accepting respondent feedback.
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Once the candidate appears in the ‘complete’ section, you can highlight their name and the various reporting options will appear to the right.
 
There are three report variations, a full report, a reference list, and an overview report. Each report is available in a PDF or a pop-out browser window.
 
Report Types
  • The Full Report is a comprehensive view of all the survey components – The results are provided in 2 ways, a bar graph and a distribution graph. The bar graph portion of the report includes the average score for the competencies as a whole, then there is a breakdown of the specific questions asked within each competency. The distribution charts are presented with overall results for the competencies and also show a break-down of the results for each specific question. The comments provided by the respondents are also listed at the end of the report. If the candidate was given a self-survey, those results would also appear in this report. 
  • The Reference List Report provides the basic information for each of the references: reference name, relationship to the candidate, email address, and the date the survey was completed.
  • The Overview Report provides a summation of the survey scores and a collective representation of the various answers that were provided, along with the comments entered into the open formatted questions.
If you have any questions on survey results please contact support@exacthire.com

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