|Submission Date||Feb. 25, 2019|
Illinois State University
PA-12: Assessing Employee Satisfaction
|0.75 / 1.00||
Office of Sustainability
Has the institution conducted a survey or other evaluation that allows for anonymous feedback to measure employee satisfaction and engagement during the previous three years?:
Percentage of employees (staff and faculty) assessed, directly or by representative sample (0-100):
A brief description of the institution’s methodology for evaluating employee satisfaction and engagement:
The survey is conducted every two years by the Health Promotion and Wellness office. It incorporates faculty, staff, and graduate students. Of the 6,951 individuals that were
in these three groups, 5,225 (75.2%) opted into survey research participation and were eligible to be recruited; of this total, 840 responded to the survey (giving a 16.1% response rate). Regarding demographic information, the average age of respondents was 43.2 years, and the majority of respondents was female. The majority of respondents also did not have a disability under the ADA and identified as heterosexual. In addition, the majority of respondents was White or Caucasian and was married/in a civil union/in a domestic partnership. In terms of their employment, the majority of
respondents was full-time employees, and the two most frequently-selected primary appointment types were Administrative/Professional and Civil Service-Hourly. The typical shift for the majority of respondents was 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM. An executive summary (organized by survey section) is provided below. http://wellness.illinoisstate.edu/downloads/data/2013%20Health%20Status%20Survey%20report.pdf
Following the executive summary are tables and figures with the responses for each survey item.
A brief description of the mechanism(s) by which the institution addresses issues raised by the evaluation (including examples from the previous three years):
Programming is developed based on the survey and on the goals as established by Healthy Campus 2020. The past three years of programming have focused on sleep habits, partner relationships, and healthy eating.
The website URL where information about the programs or initiatives is available:
Additional documentation to support the submission:
2013 data is provided. 2015 data was not available at the time of submittal.
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