Council discusses Staff Survey

Initial results indicate positive responses in areas including the University being a good place to work, managers ensuring staff have the skills to do their job well and the University acting fairly on recruitment and career progression.

The survey also highlights areas which require further exploration of the finer detail. As with the 2013 survey, some of these focus around perceptions of unnecessary approvals for routine decisions and involving staff in change.

The next step is thorough analysis of the data to develop a detailed understanding of the results, including comparisons to external benchmarks and previous years’ results.

A strong understanding of the results will lead to better outcomes, and the findings and follow up actions will be shared in the autumn.

Departmental reports have been sent to all Heads of Department, who have been asked to lead the response to address local issues which are identified.

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