The survey results are in! Find out what faculty and staff said about their experiences at UBC at the 2014 Workplace Experiences Survey Results Town Hall. Sponsored by UBC Human Resources, the session will include overall and by campus results, faculty- and staff-specific findings by location, and a Q&A.
Town Hall Details
Thursday, February 26, 2015
10 to 11 a.m.
University Centre Ballroom, UNC 200
Presenters: Representatives from UBC and Ipsos Reid, UBC’s third-party survey research partner
Optional post-session presentation on understanding unit-level reports*: 11 to 11:30 a.m. Presented by Ipsos Reid, this half-hour session is designed for leaders and administrators who are interested in learning how to interpret and use their unit-level reports effectively.
*Unit-level reports are provided only if 10 or more respondents participated.
About the Workplace Experiences Survey
Every three years, UBC faculty and staff are invited to share their experiences at the University through the Workplace Experiences Survey. The survey is confidential and anonymous, and includes questions about topics such as your career, resources and support, wellbeing, community, and leadership.
The 2014 survey was tailored so faculty and staff answered different versions to ensure that the questions and resulting data would be relevant and meaningful. UBC uses the survey findings to better understand faculty and staff experiences, needs, and priorities, and to help shape strategic planning and initiatives at both the institutional and unit levels.
Information about the 2014 survey will be posted soon along with information on previous surveys at: www.focusonpeople.ubc.ca/workplace-experiences-survey