The survey was designed to capture employee engagement and enablement while identifying areas that drive both.
"The results of this survey will provide us with a wide range of feedback and information that will support the development or implementation of plans, activities, and initiatives to engage and further enable faculty and staff," said Cheryl Carver, associate vice-president human resources.
The survey was administered by the Korn Ferry Hay Group, a global management consulting firm. In total, 1,875 surveys were filled out—a completion rate of 29 per cent. Based on these results, the engagement score was 65 per cent and the enablement score was 67 per cent.
While maintaining confidentiality, anonymous results have been provided about how faculty and staff feel about the university’s working environment, leadership, health and safety, diversity and inclusion, and total rewards initiatives.
A brief summary of the survey is available on the human resources website.