Club view visually represents the shared personal interests among your company's people.

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The more we understand each other, and our individual interests, the higher the possibility of developing stronger work relationships with higher rates of assistance and collaboration. Club view

  • Makes new employees feel welcome. Once a new hire receives access, one of the first things they'll see is the Clubs-based breakdown of the company, showing the categories that belong to certain people, e.g., Hobbies, City, Accumulated Tenure, and much more. 
  • Can help HR and Employee Experience Specialists choose the right employee benefits. Identify employee needs and desires, and then select a benefit that aligns, e.g., if 60% of people like cycling, a cycle benefits plan can be instated and managers can choose cycling for a team activity day.

How to use Club view

Quickly arrange people using filters. Filters are voluntarily submitted by individual people ensuring that no private information is shared. Sensitive data, such as Salary, can only be viewed by Admins.

Note: The changes you make in Club view will remain after you exit the page. The changes only affect your view, so you can reconfigure the filters again for a different view.

  1. From the left menu, select People.
  2. Click Club view.
  3. To filter, click the dropdown menus under the category; e.g., View, Lifecycle, EmploymentTeam, mark the checkbox(es) next to the desired options within the dropdown menus, then click outside the box to update.
    You should see the people on your page reorganize.
  4. To edit, click the dropdown menu, mark or unmark the checkbox(es) and click outside the box to update.
  5. To refresh the settings clean for a category, expand the dropdown menu and click Reset.
    If you reset for one category, it won't affect the other filters.

    Example

    If you set the conditions under View to New York and Berlin, and Employment to Part time, and would now like to edit the View to include London, Part time will still be in effect, and you'll see results for part-timers in all three offices.

  6. Click More to use Advanced filters and apply Custom Filters.

  7. To add a new condition, click + Add condition and, from the dropdown menus from left to right, select the desired values. Repeat as needed, and click Apply.

  8. Use the Search bar to search by name, role, or more.
  9. Click the + Custom to filter results via category
  10. Mark the checkbox(es) next to the option(s) you'd like to include.
    The options you select will create additional categories to the row of tabs at the bottom of the page. 

Tip: Admins can create a unique custom Club view. It can even be placed on your company website to show your company culture to the world.