Your Community Insights

Employee Guide

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R2024.1.0
Your Community Insights

In Career Explorer, you can view several insights for career activity, career opportunities, and skills in your organization. These insights help you to connect with others in your peer community and help you to make a more informed decision when planning for your career.

Your ability to share and connect with your peer community depends on the preferences that you’ve set. When you view the peers lists for community insights, you might see a banner inviting you to change your sharing preferences. Changes made from this banner are saved to your profile but can be changed at any time from the Career Explorer home page. For more information about setting or editing your sharing preferences, see Your Peer Community Sharing Preferences.

Insights for Career Activity

The Community Insights section of the Career Explorer home page might include some or all of the following insight cards.

Cards shown in the Community Insights section

Community Insights Card Purpose
Peers building skills Shows employees who are working on a skill that you’re also working on.
Peers reporting skill growth Shows employees who have increased their proficiency for a skill that you’re also working on.
Peers completing career plans Shows employees who have completed a career plan in the past month.
Team members working on career plans Shows employees who are currently working on a career plan.
Peers planning a career change Shows employees who are working on a career plan for a career change opportunity.
Peers planning for career advancement Shows employees who are working on a career plan for an advancement opportunity.

You can click each of these cards to see the full list and contact peers who are interested in connecting.

Insights for Career Opportunities

When you open the details page for a career opportunity in Career Explorer, the Community Insights section might include:

  • The names of potential hiring managers and employees who are already in the role. You can click the link to view the full list and then connect with the managers or peers about the role.
  • The average tenure for employees in the role.
  • Pay grade and salary range information, (if access to this information is assigned to your current role).

Insights for Skills

When you click a skill on the details page for a career opportunity, a page opens with additional information for the skill. The Community Insights section on the skill details page might include the following:

  • The number of peers who have the skill or are working on the skill. You can click the link to view the full list and contact peers who are interested in connecting. If no one is working on the skill yet, you’re shown the Add this skill to your career plan link instead. When you click this link, you’re given the option to add the skill to one of your existing career plans or to create a new plan to develop the skill.
  • The average proficiency level for the skill.
  • How many activities have been completed for the skill.
  • Other roles in the organization that require the skill. You can click the links to view the details for each role.