|Submission Date||Jan. 28, 2011|
University of South Florida
PAE-12: Employee Satisfaction Evaluation
Office of Sustainability
Does the institution evaluate employee satisfaction in a way that meets the criteria for this credit?:
A brief description of the institution’s methodology for evaluating employee satisfaction:
The University of South Florida (USF) 2010 Campus Climate Survey was designed to provide information about how well USF has achieved a campus climate that is as diverse, comfortable, and inclusive as possible. The survey gathered quantitative data from all full-time, Tampa-campus employees about their attitudes relative to diversity, equity, morale, safety, and inclusion, as well as about their experiences of non-inclusion, harassment, and/or discrimination. All full-time faculty, Administrative and Professional (A&P) employees, and staff (but not OPS employees) at the Tampa campus were administered the online survey by email between February and March, 2010. Faculty and staff who did not have email addresses at that time were sent questionnaires through the campus mail.
The main objective of this Climate Survey, like the one administered in 2002, is to use the results as a part of USF’s strategic planning process to enhance diversity and the overall campus climate. USF administrators are particularly interested in determining the extent and nature of any changes that have occurred since an initial Campus Climate Survey was conducted in 2002, and then, on the basis of these findings, seek ways to improve diversity and climate.
A PDF of the 2010 report methodology and findings is available upon request.
The year the employee satisfaction evaluation was last administered:
The website URL where information about the institution’s employee satisfaction evaluation process is available:
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