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UCL Staff Survey 4- 22 November

UCL’s fourth staff engagement survey is soon to be launched.

UCL’s vision is to be 'an outstanding institution, recognised as one of the world’s most advanced universities and valued highly by its community of staff, students, alumni, donors and partners and by the wider community'
(UCL White Paper 2011 – 2021: vision)

We can’t achieve this unless staff are engaged with UCL's values and goals.

Why Should I complete the survey?

Participating in the staff survey helps us understand your experience of work and the working environment and how this impacts on achieving your goals.

We can see whether we have made improvements since the last survey in 2011 and identify where new ideas and projects need to be initiated. You Said, We Did.

For every completed survey £10 will be donated to the student hardship fund. Read how the money was spent last time Student Hardship Fund.

You will also have the option to submit your name for entry into a free prize draw to win a tablet/reader. Your name will be removed from your survey form so UCL will not be able to link back to your responses.

The survey is quick and easy to complete. See our FAQs for further information, including anonymity and confidentiality.

How have the questions been developed?

A survey project group chaired by Graham Hart, Dean of Population Health Sciences, with representatives from each Faculty and Vice-Provost and Trade Union representatives have reviewed and revised the questionnaire. This will enable benchmarking from the last UCL survey and across the sector, including other Russell Group Universities, whilst providing clarification and adapting emphasis.

When will I know the outcome?

Summary results will be shared with all staff in the New Year, within one month of being presented to the Senior Management Team.  Local results will then be shared with all staff at around the same time and there not be significant delays, though of course individual timings will tie in with planned local meetings. The Senior Management Team is committed to ensuring new local action plans are then developed.

Who is managing the survey?

We have engaged ORC International to be our partners in running this survey. They supported us in running the 2011 survey and have extensive experience of running similar surveys in HEIs, including other Russell Group universities. See our FAQ’s for further information, including anonymity and confidentiality.

Your views really do count.

Graham Hart
Dean of Population Health Sciences and SMT survey Champion




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