Furthermore, they are able to grant individual employees - for example, HR business partners (HRBPs) - limited admin rights for specific locations, teams, direct and indirect reports, users, and based on custom attributes.
Granular admin rights enable organizations to have greater control, customization, and security within the Leapsome platform, allowing them to manage talent management processes more effectively and efficiently. By assigning admin roles to a subset of employees, local HR admins can access various information about their specific employees, such as:
- review results & calibration
- goal progress
- instant feedback that is shared with managers
- instant feedback analytics
- meeting analytics
- learning analytics
- survey results (if not defined otherwise in survey visibility settings)
- compensation results (if granted)
To assign these custom access rights to a user in Leapsome, super admins will navigate to 'Users & Teams' > 'Edit' underneath a user's name > 'Grant the user additional admin access to users with any of these attributes'.
When assigning HRBP status based on multiple attributes, we apply the following logic to combine the rules: If you combine two or more different attributes, Leapsome grants HRBP rights for all users who match both defined values (AND logic). If you for example give access for Location: New York as well as Team: Sales, the user will get HRBP access for all users that are located in New York AND are part of the Sales team.
If you just define access based on one attribute, but choose multiple values, we apply an OR logic. So if you grant access for the Location: Berlin and New York, the HRBP will have access to all users in New York OR Berlin.
Overall, the additional visibility rights can help local HR admins in Leapsome create a more data-driven and employee-centric approach to talent management, leading to improved performance, engagement, and retention due to Leapsome real-time data and analytics.