Yes, that's possible. But only to a certain extent.
We have attempted to strike the perfect balance between allowing company account administrators to get "just enough" insight into the activity level of each employee, without compromising the privacy of employees or creating an atmosphere where employees feel too much "looked over the shoulder."
If you are an administrator of a Company Account you can check the compliance of employees and their activity level in the following ways:
1. Course Certificates
- We list the course certificates of each employee on their public profile page for each course they have completed. If an employee has started a course - but not finished it yet - it will be listed under the heading "Courses this member is taking".
- If an employee has finished a course and achieved a particularly good result, the course certificate will include a distinction, e.g. "Top 10% course taker"
In other words, if you are an administrator of a Company Account you cannot read the individual course answers of your employees or see their day-to-day progress in a given course, but you can see the result of their activities, i.e. course certificates (which will have distinctions if the employee is particularly good).
When employees are particularly active on the IDF platform, they will earn distinctions which are also listed on their public profile page. For example, if employees are particularly active in seeking advice from other members, they will earn a "Top discussion contributor" to acknowledge their thirst for learning.
This balance between compliance and privacy makes it possible for administrators of Company Accounts to see:
- how many courses an employee is taking
- how many courses an employee has finished
- if an employee as finished a course in the top of his/her class (i.e. a distinction on the course certificate)
- if an employee has earned other distinctions, e.g. when being extra inquisitive in the discussions on the IDF platform.
Most importantly, this balance does not cause a non-productive atmosphere of distrust. And we are quite proud of that.