The power of extra filters in employee engagement analytics


Luppa’s extra filters in employee engagement analytics empower organizations to dig deeper into workforce dynamics, offering insights that drive targeted strategies and foster a thriving workplace culture. These customizable filters allow for segmentation and comparison of data, enabling organizations to optimize performance, address disparities, and promote diversity and inclusion. With Luppa’s consultative approach and commitment to client needs, organizations can unlock the full potential of engagement analytics, driving meaningful change and empowering their workforce to thrive.


Employee engagement surveys have become a cornerstone of modern HR practices, offering invaluable insights into organizational dynamics and employee satisfaction. 

However, to truly harness the potential of engagement analytics, one must dig beyond the surface and explore the complexity of data segmentation. 

While standard built-in filters such as organizational structure levels, market, region, office, gender, age, tenure and seniority provide a foundational understanding, at Luppa, we understand the pivotal role of data-driven insights and incorporating additional tailored filters in nurturing a thriving workplace culture.

Segmentation lies at the heart of effective engagement analytics, enabling organizations to analyze results within focused segments or compare performance across different cohorts. Beyond the standard filters encompassing organization levels, market, region, gender, tenure, age, and seniority, lies a realm of additional filters tailored to meet diverse organizational needs. These bespoke filters offer a panoramic view of employee engagement, allowing HR professionals to discern patterns, identify areas for improvement, and craft targeted interventions and strategies.

Tailoring extra filters to your organization's needs

While Luppa's extra filters provide a comprehensive starting point, they are merely examples designed to inspire and guide organizations in leveraging the power of data-driven decision-making. Clients have the flexibility to customize filters according to their distinct objectives, whether it's optimizing team performance, fostering diversity and inclusion, or aligning engagement strategies with business goals.

Below are some potential examples to inspire you when tailoring your extra filters:

  • Working model (OnSite / Hybrid / Remote)

As the workforce landscape evolves, the need to understand engagement dynamics across different work modalities has never been more critical. You can analyze engagement trends specific to onsite, hybrid, or remote work setups, enabling you to tailor initiatives that support diverse work preferences and promote collaboration across distributed teams.

  • Performance-based segmentation (Top performers / Low performers)

High performers are the lifeblood of any organization, making their engagement a top priority. You can opt for this extra filter to segment engagement data based on performance metrics, identifying trends and mitigating attrition risks among top talent. With Luppa’s detailed analytics and segmentation, you can design targeted retention strategies that recognize and reward excellence, fostering a culture of achievement and growth.

  • Salary increases history (in the last 6, 12, 24 months or more)

Compensation policies play a crucial role in shaping employee satisfaction and motivation. This filter enables you to correlate engagement data with salary increase history, pinpointing areas for improvement and ensuring equitable rewards and recognition.

  • Positional pay disparities (High paying / Low paying positions)

Disparities in compensation can erode employee engagement and breed dissatisfaction. This empowers you to identify positional pay differentials, address inequities, and design strategies to enhance engagement and promote a sense of equity and belonging.

  • Educational attainment (Higher education / Lower education)

Educational background often influences job satisfaction and engagement levels. Luppa's custom filters enable you to segment engagement data based on educational attainment, providing insights to tailor professional development initiatives and support employee growth and advancement opportunities.

  • Workforce Differentiation (White collar / Blue collar)

When it comes to employment dynamics, distinguishing between white-collar and blue-collar professions offers valuable insights into workforce composition and engagement patterns. White-collar positions typically involve office-based roles, often requiring higher education levels and offering potential for career advancement. In contrast, blue-collar roles encompass manual or trade-related labor, often involving on-the-job training and specialized skills. By analyzing engagement and satisfaction data through the lens of white-collar vs. blue-collar distinctions, organizations can tailor strategies to address the unique needs and preferences of employees across different occupational categories.

  • Cultural diversity (Native / Immigrant)

When it comes to cultural diversity, organizations benefit from embracing inclusivity while also acknowledging the unique engagement dynamics that arise. Luppa's custom extra filters enable the analysis of engagement data based on, for example, native vs. immigrant status, facilitating a deeper understanding of the workforce composition. By leveraging this insight, organizations can implement initiatives that celebrate diversity and foster cultural integration, promoting a sense of belonging for all employees.

  • ESOP Participation

Employee ownership fosters a sense of accountability and alignment with organizational goals. Luppa's custom filters enable you to assess the impact of ESOP participation on engagement levels, identify opportunities for improvement, and reinforce a culture of empowerment and shared prosperity.

Employee ownership within a company instills accountability and aligns individuals with organizational objectives. Utilizing custom filters to assess the impact of ESOP participation on the employee engagement and satisfaction levels can unveil deeper insights and pinpoint areas for enhancement.


The power of extra filters in employee engagement analytics cannot be overstated. These tailored extra filters offer a gateway to deeper insights and more targeted strategies, enabling organizations to address specific challenges and capitalize on opportunities for improvement. Every chosen filter can be leveraged to filter results for a chosen segment or to compare results across different segments of the company, providing a deep understanding of engagement dynamics within the organization.

Whether it's optimizing performance among top talent, addressing salary disparities, or fostering cultural integration, Luppa's commitment to empowering organizations extends beyond predefined templates, offering a consultative approach that prioritizes client needs and preferences. 

By collaborating with Luppa's dedicated team of experts, organizations can design solutions that resonate with their unique organizational culture and strategic objectives.

With Luppa as your partner, the journey from data to action is seamless, allowing you to unlock the full potential of employee engagement analytics and cultivate a workplace where every member feels valued, heard, and empowered to thrive.

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