In February 2009, UBC held its first Workplace Experiences Survey. The university-wide survey was an opportunity for staff and faculty to provide feedback about working, researching and teaching at UBC. The survey findings are critical in creating a blueprint for the future of our workplace practices.
More than 2,700 faculty and staff responded to UBC’s first Workplace Experiences Survey. Seventy-seven per cent of the responses came from staff, while 22% of the responses came from faculty. The survey was designed to measure the workplace experiences of those who work at the university.
Overall Job Satisfaction at UBC:
|Neither Satisfied nor Dissatisfied||14.7%|
View the complete summary report: 2009 Workplace Experiences Survey Summary [pdf].
View the Powerpoint slides that were presented at the Focus on People Town Hall in June 2009: Workplace Experience Survey Results Presentation 2009 [pdf].
Note: As this was UBC’s first Workplace Experience Survey, we do not have comparative numbers. We will use these survey results as a benchmark when we hold our next Workplace Experience Survey in 2011.
For more information about Workplace Experiences Survey, protocols and confidentiality guidelines, please contact Peter Godman at 604-822-8115.