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Create groups to understand patterns.
Create groups to understand patterns.
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Written by Jesús Cerviño
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Creating groups is the best way to understand those patterns people have in common.
You can create as many groups as you want and, once these are created, view the data as this is calculated automatically.

You can create your groups from the "Groups" tab in the "Team" section.

Examples of the groups you can create:

By department.
Ex: Technology, Marketing, Administration.
Is the Tech team getting enough recognition?

By work location.
Ex: Office, Telework, Mixed.
Do people who telecommute have enough autonomy to do their job well?

By location.
Ex: Rome / Madrid / Chicago.
Will people working in Rome feel like part of the team?

By role.
Ex: Managers / Area managers / Team managers.
Are the area managers satisfied with the quality of the feedback they receive?

By work experience.
E.g. Senior, Junior, Internship.
Do interns receive the help they need?

By the length of service.
Ex: Less than 1 year, between 1 and 5 years, more than 5 years.
Are people who have been with the company for more than 5 years still satisfied?

By salary.
Less than 25/year, Between 25 and 50, More than 50
Will the lowest paid people be satisfied with their salary?

By age.
Ex: Less than 35, Between 35 and 50, more than 50.
Are people under 25 proud of the company's image?

By nationality.
Ex: Italian, Spanish, French.
Do people from another country trust their colleagues?

By gender.
Ex: Female, Male, Other.
Do women think their salary is fair?

By type of family.
Ex: With children, without children.
Are people with children satisfied with the company's work-life balance measures?

By means of transportation.
E.g.: Car, public transport, walking.
Are people who travel by car subject to a lot of stress?

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