Staff Survey 2008.*
04 Nov 2008
Detailed results of third staff satisfaction survey published online.
The results of the University's latest staff satisfaction survey show that the majority of staff find their work here interesting and continue to be proud to work at the University.
The survey took place in April and May and the results provide a snapshot of how staff feel about various areas of the University, including job satisfaction, training, communication, strategy and management.
They also reveal perceptions about research, teaching and learning, and knowledge and technology transfer.
This is the third time the University has conducted the staff satisfaction survey, with earlier surveys conducted in 2004 and 2006.
The survey was completed by 2,351 members of staff (20% of employees) from across the University and from all types of roles.
The detailed results are available on StaffNet at:
and are being discussed at University and Faculty level to inform future decisions about priorities and actions across a whole range of activities from HR policies and support for training to decisions about strategic goals.