Employee level reports include the list of employees that make up a specific segment within a report in Dandi. These reports are extremely valuable, as they are typically analyzed as the last step in a root-cause analysis workflow. They allow you to identify specific employees, which you can then use to make appropriate decisions for your DEI efforts.
Accessing and using employee-level reports
Employee level reports are accessible within the data tables in Explore. Any table that displays the employee count allows you to click on the specific cell to view the employee list for that segment.
The employee level view includes two tables. The employees are identified by their unique identifier (this is pulled directly from your HRIS), which is the first column. The remaining columns include the other diversity and employee attribute values. Each column is sortable by clicking on the header.
The first table includes the known list of users within the segment. The second table includes the list of employees that could have potentially been a part of the segment, but since they are missing relevant data, we cannot be certain. For example, if you are looking at a segment of employees that are Hispanic, the second table here would display employees pulled from your HRIS that do not have the ethnicity field populated. The missing fields are specified with the red text labeled, “Missing”.
The employee level tables can be exported into a CSV file by clicking the down arrow to the left of the table header. This is valuable if you’re looking to perform a number of lookups in your HRIS based upon the employee IDs.