1:1 meetings are a key component of a successful ongoing feedback model. They give managers and their direct reports uninterrupted time to discuss projects, review performance, remove blockers, and more. It also provides an opportunity for managers to get to know their employees on a more personal level. Allowing managers and their employees to discuss career aspirations, interests, and professional growth opportunities.
The One and One (1:1) Reporting feature allows you to create a report on how your employees and their managers are doing with their One on One (1:1) sessions. You can drill this information down by the guests that attended, the organiser of the event, the date it occurred, and the meeting status.
The content of the 1:1 is not accessible via this report; i.e. the talking points, comments and summaries as still only accessible by the creator and invitee.
We base the default access level on a per user basis and whether they have view, edit and delete access and excluding any changes made via our Custom Security feature.
- Click the Reports menu.
- Click the Development tab.
- Click the 1:1 Reports box.
- Filter your search based on the following:
- Show terminated employees.
- Date range.
- Click the Filter button.
- Click on the 1:1 Report graph you want to view.
You will now see the details of the 1:1 sessions on your screen.
So you have now run a 1:1 report and you are now wondering what next can I do. There are two recommendations I would make on this front and they are:
- HR Platform: Performance Review Reporting This feature allows you to create a report on how your employees and their managers are doing with their assigned performance reviews.
- HR Platform: Goals (OKRs) Progress Reporting This feature allows you to create a report on the progress made by your employees on their allocated goals (OKRs).