2017 Staff Engagement Survey deadline extended to June 9
We are ANR, we can do better than our UC colleagues. As of today, ANR response to the 2017 Engagement Survey is at 46 percent, behind UCOP's 53 percent, Santa Barbara's 51 percent and Santa Cruz's 50 percent. The deadline has been extended to Friday, June 9.
If you received the survey from Willis Towers Watson and have already taken it, thank you! If not please take a few moments to complete the survey and share your views.
We understand that due to increased cybersecurity awareness, you may be reluctant to clink on links in emails from unfamiliar senders. We assure you that Willis Towers Watson is UC's trusted partner and the survey link is legitimate and secure.
The Engagement Survey is a great opportunity to provide feedback and we are trying to match or surpass our return rate of 56 percent from the 2015 Engagement Survey. The more voices we hear from the better!
The survey, developed by the Council of University of California Staff Assemblies (CUCSA) in collaboration with systemwide Human Resources' Employee Relations department and Willis Towers Watson, is an opportunity to voice your opinion on the current state of career development, communication, engagement, image/brand, organizational change, performance management, supervision and working relationships at this location.
Again, the survey is completely confidential and your individual responses to the survey and personally identifying information will not be shared with UC.
Note that union-represented employees will not participate in the survey because UC receives their feedback through their union representatives during the collective bargaining process.
Should you have questions about the survey, please contact EmployeeSurveySupport@willistowerswatson.com.
Every participant and viewpoint matters. Thank you!
Executive Director Human Resources
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