As a manager, you can use assessments to measure employee job performance.
Open My Team Page
In the Global Navigation menu, click the Application Switcher icon , then click the My Team option .
View Team Summary
The team summary defaults to the Skill Assessments tab  and displays job skills that have been included in your employees' assessments. If a job skill has not been used in an assessment within your team, it will not display in the team summary.
Click a job skill title  to view each employee's assessed mastery level for the skill.
The placement of the employee avatar  indicates the average mastery level chosen by assessors.
To request an assessment for an employee, click the Assess Skills button .
View Employee Summary
To view the employee's last assessment, click the employee's avatar  and then click the the Last Assessed [date] link . To create a new assessment, click the New Assessment link .
View Employee Skill Assessment
The Skills Assessment page displays the employee's most recently assessed job skills. Job skills not included in the most recent peer assessment will not be displayed.
The placement of your avatar indicates the mastery level chosen by you . The placement of the peer average avatar indicates the average mastery level chosen by assessors .
Click your avatar or the peer average avatar to display or not display the avatar on the scale .
To return to the Assessments page, click the close icon .
View Skill Coverage
To view a dynamic graphical representation of your employees' skill assessments, click the Skill Coverage link .
To view skill coverage for employees who share the same job title, select the job title from the Compare drop-down menu . Employees with matching job titles are listed under the selected job title .
To include or exclude employees from the chart, click the employee's name or avatar . The color of each employee name and avatar correspond to the representation in the chart.
You can choose which skills to include in the chart by selecting one or more skills from the Skills drop-down menu .
The skill coverage chart displays data from each employee's most recent skill assessment, and can be used to highlight commonalities and outliers of team skills. Employee's assessment results are displayed as a "spiderweb" data visualization, with each spoke representing one assessed skill. The length of the data visualization along each spoke is directly proportional to the average mastery level chosen by assessors.