We’re a top-40 research institution where open, innovative thinking is changing the world. This November, tell us about your experience being part of it.
Take the survey today at ubcwes.talentmap.com
Participating in the survey is easy. It takes about 15 minutes and you can do it online – on a computer or mobile device – or in a paper format. The survey includes questions about topics such as your career, wellbeing, and leadership. Tailored versions of the survey are offered for faculty and staff to ensure that the questions and resulting reports are relevant and meaningful. The feedback you share is confidential and anonymous. The survey closes Tuesday, November 21, 2017.
Your feedback influences your workplace
Every three years, all UBC faculty and staff are invited to participate in the Workplace Experiences Survey. It’s the one opportunity you have to share feedback on your experiences of UBC as a workplace directly with the University. The survey findings are used to better understand faculty and staff experiences, needs, and priorities, and to help shape strategic planning and initiatives at both UBC-wide and at the unit level. Explore this site to learn more.
Why your experiences matter to faculty, staff and students
UBC Graduate student Megan Ryland speaks to her experiences and why she chose to continue her learning path at UBC.
Did you miss Professor Santa Ono’s Facebook Live discussion about faculty and staff engagement? Watch a recording of the event below, with special guests Bill Aiello, professor of Computer Science and Shanda Jordan Gaetz, executive director of faculty affairs in the Faculty of Medicine. The conversation was moderated by Kathryn Gretsinger, senior instructor at UBC Journalism. Original broadcast date: Friday, November 10, 2017.