January 2019 Release Notes

We are pleased to announce key new product enhancements available as of January 17th, 2019. The key product enhancements you can take advantage of with this release are listed below, with additional details on how to use the functionality in linked articles.


Employee Lifecycle (Event-Driven) Surveys

Event Driven surveys enable organizations to send out surveys automatically, based on date fields uploaded to the CultureIQ platform.  For example, an organization wants all new hires to get the "Onboarding" survey automatically, 45 days after their "Hire Date".  With Event-Driven surveys, this type of automation is now possible.  For more information please contact your Program Manager.

Organizational (Non-Manager) Hierarchies

Organizations often want to define a hierarchical structure outside of a "Manager" hierarchy, such as one based on Location, Business Unit, or even both.  This hierarchy can then be used as a filter when viewing survey results, and can also be used when assigning Manager access such as giving a Manager access to view results for a specific City and Business Unit within your hierarchy.

Bulk Upload Users (Managers)

Admins and Managers with the necessary permissions now have the ability to create Managers, and assign Roles in bulk via a simple upload file.


Employee File Export Updates 

The "Manager Identifier" and "Employee Identifier" fields used to create a Manager Hierarchy have been added to the Employee Export File.


Min & Max for Multiple-Choice Survey Questions

You now have to ability to specify a minimum and/or maximum number of answers a survey taker must select for Multiple-Choice questions.  For example you may want your survey takers to select at least 2, but no more than 5 of their favorite benefits.


Not Applicable Option for Survey Questions

When authoring a survey you may want to give the survey taker an option to "opt out" of a question if it does not apply to them. In order to add this flexibility into the survey, you can include a "Not Applicable" option for your question.


Character Limits for Open Response Survey Questions

Open response questions allow employees to give open-ended, written feedback. Organizations can now set a character limit for an open response question to ensure the written feedback from employees is concise and streamlined.




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