Introducing Departments and Hierarchies

Aug 5, 2013 | Primalogik Updates

Over the weekend we launched version 1.4.0 of Primalogik 360 with a few new features and lots of improvements. One of those new features is the ability to organize employees in Departments and Department hierarchies. This is now available to existing and new users.

In the previous version of our software, employees that had the same manager were considered a team and that was the only way to create groups. That way of organizing employees was very simple but it did not allow the representation of the more complex relationships and hierarchies that exist in bigger organizations.

Now employees can be grouped in departments, and departments can be organized in department hierarchies. Each department can have a manager and a manager can manage one or more departments.

Why this change?

This will allow us to build other features that will make it easier for bigger organizations to launch 360-degree feedback surveys. In the very near future it will be possible to invite full departments to a survey with only a couple of clicks. We’ll also allow easy comparison and filtering of results by department and it will be possible to track progress by department. We’ll be soon announcing those changes.

Other changes in this version

For a full list of changes, take a look at the release notes.


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