HR platform: Shout Out reporting


Employees within your organisation will have coworkers that step in and assist them with an urgent customer phone call, or even stay back at work for a few hours to help them finish their current project. In these scenarios, your employees can shout out these coworkers as a good way to give them recognition for the extra work they have put it to help them in their role and in meeting their deliverables.

The Shout Out Reporting feature allows you to create a report that you can use to analyse the top teams and employees within your organisation at sending and receiving shout outs. You can drill this data down based on a customised date range, giving you full insight into the teams and employees who are using the shout out feature within the company feed.

HR Best Practice

Shout outs are a great way to boost engagement and positive behaviour. Share and promote your shout out reports with everyone in the business to further re-enforce the benefits of simply saying 'thanks' to a colleague.


HR Plan:   Free   Standard   Premium   Platinum
  User Access:   Employee         Managers         Admin      

  This is the default access level per user and whether they have  view,  edit and  delete access, excluding any changes made via our Custom Security feature.

Getting started

The below premise will walk you through how to create shout out report.

Create a shout out report
  1. Click the   Reports menu.
  2. Click the Shout Out Report submenu.
  3. Using the Date selector to set the report date range.
  4. Select from the following options:
    • Show:
      • Sent.
      • Received.
    • Show:
      • All teams.
      • My teams.

    Helpful Hint

    If an employee mentions four employees in one message, then this will count as one Shout Out for each of the four employees. If they mention four employees in one message and they work across two teams, then this will count as one Shout Out for each team.


Author recommended

So you have now created a shout out report and you are now wondering what next can I do. There are two recommendations I would make on this front and they are:

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