WATCH: Further improvements to our Dignity at Work policy
21 Feb 2019
Professor Alys Young and Patrick Johnson explain how we are continuing to work on our Dignity at Work policy – action from Staff Survey
Staff Survey 2019 – which gives you the chance to feedback about your experience of working here – launches on Monday, 4 March.
Our last Staff Survey, in 2017, resulted in actions being taken right across campus to improve your working life, including those to further improve our Dignity at Work policy.
Dignity at Work was a theme that the University wanted to keep as a priority despite results showing that 82% of staff are aware of their responsibilities within the University’s Dignity at Work and Study Policy on bullying, harassment and discrimination.
Here our University lead for the Disability Equality Standard Professor Alys Young and Head of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Patrick Johnson explain how and why our work is continuing:
Staff Survey 2019 launches on Monday, 4 March and runs until Monday, 8 April.
You will receive an email or, if you don’t work at a computer, be given the chance to fill in the Staff Survey form. It only takes around 15 minutes to complete, and you can be sure that all the information you supply will be anonymous and treated in strictest confidence. This is because the Staff Survey 2019 is being administered on the University’s behalf by an external company, Capita.
The survey results will be published in June.