1-on-1's report

Breakdown the status of 1-on-1's that have been scheduled across your company

Updated over a week ago

The "1-on-1's report" offers a comprehensive overview of the number of scheduled and completed 1-on-1 meetings for a specified period of time, providing detailed information on each meeting, including the participants, duration, and number of talking points and action items.

Getting Started with Filters

By applying filters such as Date Range, Employees, Positions, Department, Division, Locations and Employment types you can refine your search and obtain the specific information you require.

Once you have your data filtered, you can see the number of open or completed talking points and the number of open or completed action items.

Understanding the Report

Refer to the table below for insightful information on 1-on-1 meetings. The table displays the following details:

  • The person who organized the 1-on-1 meeting;

  • The employee with whom the meeting was held;

  • The start date and time of the meeting;

  • The end date and time of the meeting;

  • The number of open and completed talking points discussed during the meeting;

  • The number of open and completed action items identified during the meeting;

  • The current state of the 1-on-1 meeting.

All reports can be exported to XLSX or CSV format by clicking on the three dots in the upper right corner.

Configuring access rights to "1-on-1's" report in PeopleForce

In PeopleForce, you have the ability to configure access rights to the "1-on-1's" report. Follow these simple steps:

  1. Go to "Roles and Permissions" in the settings.

  2. Select the role you want to configure and click "Edit."

  3. Scroll down to the "Reports" section in the role editing window.

  4. Select "1-on-1's" in the "Company Reports" field.

  5. Save the settings.

Once you have saved the settings, users with the corresponding role will have access to the "1-on-1's" report.

Please note that you must have the appropriate administrator rights to be able to configure access rights.

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