*NEW* Employee Survey Results - Organizational Effectiveness
Earlier this year the chancellor asked for employee feedback about how the University is doing in terms of goal-setting, leadership, communications and decision-making, both in their own areas and across the University. This was done as follow-up to the similar survey done in 2010.
We now have the results of this survey.
In general, the campus views of the University’s vision, and the people and processes we have in place to fulfill it, are even more positive than was in the 2010 survey. Three-fourths of employees believe that Carolina has both a compelling vision and the talent needed for future success. Moreover, 79 percent of the employees would recommend Carolina as a place to work, and 66 percent believe this is a highly effective organization.
The response to the 2013 survey resulted in over 3,000 submissions, a strong response rate of 28 percent from about 11,000 faculty and staff that were solicited. This enthusiastic participation will certainly help provide us a roadmap for improvement.
The document here shows a summary-level comparison of the 2010 and 2013 survey responses and responses to the individual questions at the university level from the 2013 survey.
If interested, results by unit (campus, school, division, and department) and comparisons with other units in great detail can be accessed here (if off-campus, use VPN connection) by permanent employees using their Onyen.