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Available Data & Sample Queries
Available Data & Sample Queries
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Get the most out of your FlexGPT experience with these sample queries and best practices. In this article, you’ll learn:

  • What company data is available in FlexGPT

  • How to structure your queries for optimal results

  • Tips on using parameters such as industry, geography, and company size in your queries

Available Data in FlexGPT

FlexGPT offers comprehensive insights on various aspects of company information, including:

Basic Company Details

  • Name

  • Number of Employees

  • Public vs Private companies

  • Industry

Office Locations

  • Country

  • Region (state)

  • City

  • Whether it’s the headquarters (HQ)

  • Minimum Days Required

  • Workplace Flexibility Type (e.g. Fully Remote, Minimum Days Required, etc.)

  • If remote work is offered

  • If the company requires people to be in the office full-time

  • Percentage of time required in the office

  • Which days of the week are required in the office

✍️ Note: While you can request aggregated data on any scale, specific company lists are limited to 100 entries. For example, you can analyze remote work trends across thousands of companies, but can only list up to 100 individual companies with remote work policies.

Current Limitations of FlexGPT’s Database

While FlexGPT's database is continuously expanding, users should be aware of the following current restrictions:

  • Temporal Analysis: Time-based queries are not supported at this time.

  • Policy Granularity: Only company-wide policies are available; office-specific policies are not included.

  • Data Scope: The database is limited to Flex Index data and does not include Office Benchmarks data.

  • Workspace Information: Co-working space data is not currently available.

  • Financial Metrics: Revenue data is not included in the current database.

Please note that these limitations may change as we continue to enhance our data offerings.

Sample FlexGPT Queries

Looking for inspiration for your next FlexGPT query? Get started with these examples based on Industry, Geography, and Company Size.

Sample Industry Queries

  • Create a pie chart of Financial Services companies by flexible work policy.

  • What are the top 10 industries for fully remote work by percentage of firms?

  • Create a 100% bar chart breaking out tech firms by policy type. Sort the bar so the largest segment is on the bottom.

Sample Geography Queries

  • Create a pie chart of US companies by flexible work policy.

  • What are the most common minimum required days in office for companies in New York?

  • Create a bar chart of tech companies in San Francisco by policy type.

Sample Company Size Queries

  • Show me the percentage of firms that have a minimum days per week policy by company size in the US.

  • Show me a pie chart of policies for companies with 250-1,000 employees.

  • What % of firms are full time in office for companies with less than 250 employees vs. companies with 25,000 or more employees?

💡Tip: Did you know you can customize the data displayed in your charts?

FlexGPT Best Practices

  • Start narrow, then go broad: When entering your queries, begin with a specific focus and gradually expand if needed. This approach helps FlexGPT provide more accurate and relevant results.

  • Be specific: Use precise terms and specify if you want results displayed as a percentage or a number. This will ensure you get the format you need.

  • Utilize keywords: FlexGPT recognizes keywords like "distribution" and other specific terms, so include these in your queries for better results.

  • Use defined ranges: If searching for employee ranges, be sure to enter ranges already included in the Flex Index database. Our predefined ranges are 1-10, 11-50, 51-250, 251-1K, 1K-5K, 5K-10K, 10K-50K, 50K-100K, 100K+.

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