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Local Staff Survey 2019 reports published

15 Aug 2019

Read a detailed report of the survey responses in your area

Local Staff Survey 2019 reports published

The Staff Survey 2019 ran from Monday, 4 March until Monday, 8 April 2019. Over 7,000 colleagues took part, and it gave you the opportunity to share your thoughts about working at the University. With this feedback we aim to make improvements to our working environment and shape future plans. 

The RAG (Red, Amber, Green) reports give an overview of the survey results at University level and by the Faculty/PS/School/Directorate/Cultural Institution. Our survey consultants Capita distributed the reports to the Senior Leadership Team and Faculty/Professional Services/Cultural Institution leadership teams, and they are now available for all colleagues to view.

The overall reports for the University

Future plans

On 19 September the University Leadership Team will meet to discuss their plans with the Staff Survey Steering Group, this will include an initial review of the University theme, and the Faculty and PS level plans. The three themes and their leads, members of the Senior Leadership Team, are:

  • Creating a Positive Work Environment – Colette Fagan, Professor of Sociology and Vice-President for Research 
  • Managing Change – Luke Georghiou, Deputy President and Deputy Vice-Chancellor
  • Engagement and Comms – Clive Agnew, Vice President Teaching, Learning and Students

In addition to this we have the action plan leads:

  • Fiona Smyth, Deputy Dean and Vice Dean for Teaching, Learning and Students and Jayne Hindle, Head of School Operations, Humanities 
  • Paul Mativenga, Chair in Multiscale and Sustainable Manufacturing and Vice Dean - Social Responsibility, Equality & Diversity and Pia Pollock, Project Officer, FSE 
  • Vikki Goddard , Director of Faculty Operations, BMH 
  • Jayne Hindle, Professional Services 
  • Melissa Westwood, Professor of Endocrinology and Associate Vice President for Research