Fall 2012 Work/Life Survey Results Part II

AllianceSurveyPart2 Staff Alliance has completed our review of part two of the Staff Work/Life survey results. The information included here covers the statements on; facilities, workplace and security, supervisor relationships, work environment and work/life balance. The report format includes a breakdown of how many responses were positive or negative and a synopsis of the comments. From the comments received we identified logical conversations and tasks for staff governance to begin with statewide and campus administration and our constituents.

Please give us your feedback and ideas by commenting here or emailing your governance representatives.

Click here to see part two of the survey results. AllianceSurveyPart2

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2 responses to “Fall 2012 Work/Life Survey Results Part II

  1. Brad

    Thank you for getting this out. Do you know when we can expect Parts 3 and 4? Thanks again!

  2. Carol Kaynor

    Thank you for posting this. It’s much appreciated.

    I didn’t see a response nor a recommendation concerning the problem of pay increases (or lack thereof) and advancement. As was noted in the survey results, some employees, perhaps even many or most employees, see no route for advancement and receive no monetary reward for exceptional work. In some departments, raises are given arbitrarily by certain supervisors while other supervisors either are not aware that they can recommend them or simply do not consider them, creating a highly inequitable situation. Has there been any discussion of these problems and/or any plans to address them?

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