The implementation of the Focus on People 2025 framework aligns with the academic year. The plan is currently in progress for Year Two (September 2020-August 2021).
View the Implementation Roadmap (pdf), which tracks actions and accomplishments across each of the catalyst areas.
Measuring our progress
The following 11 metrics – three top-line metrics and two metrics per catalysts – are used to measure progress on the implementation of the Focus on People 2025 framework. Seven of the metrics are from the UBC Workplace Experiences Survey pulse in 2019.
- 71% of faculty and staff would recommend UBC to a friend as a great place to work.
- 64% of faculty and staff say their diversity is valued in the workplace.
- 6.7% – voluntary turnover rate for UBC overall
Catalyst 1: I am part of a diverse, inclusive, safe and vibrant workplace
Representation of faculty and staff:
- 56% Women
- 34% Racialized Groups
- 8% Sexual & Gender Diversity
- 4% Persons with Disabilities
- 3% Indigenous Peoples
70% of faculty and staff agree that UBC is committed to the wellbeing of its people, places and communities.
View Catalyst 1 in the framework.
Catalyst 2: I can grow my career
78% of faculty and staff say they have the opportunity to learn and grow professionally at UBC.
52% of the eligible faculty and 27% of the eligible staff population accessed Professional Development Funding in 2018/19, mostly for education and training.
View Catalyst 2 in the framework.
Catalyst 3: I am shaping the future of research, teaching and work
64% of faculty and staff say they are inspired to do their best work.
71% of faculty and staff agree that people are willing to consider and adopt new and improved ways to do their work in their department.
View Catalyst 3 in the framework.
Catalyst 4: I am inspired by diverse leaders who live UBC’s values
60% of faculty and staff agree that UBC’s senior leadership communicate a compelling vision for UBC.
Representation of Senior Leaders:
- 42% Women
- 23% Racialized Groups
- 6% Sexual & Gender Diversity
- 2% Persons with Disabilities
- 2% Indigenous Peoples
View Catalyst 4 in the framework.