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Working at Iowa Survey 2012

University Results

Thank you for participating in the Working at Iowa - Survey 2012 conducted in October 2012.   Nearly 67 percent of eligible faculty and staff participated in the survey, surpassing response rates for 2006 (43 percent) and 2008 (62 percent).

Highlights from the University results include:

University-wide results show more room for improvement in two areas: fair distribution of workloads and effective management of conflict within work units:

The University Report is now available for your review and consideration.

The university-level report provides responses to all survey items by faculty and staff, both combined and broken out by employee group (faculty, professional and scientific, merit). In addition, seven survey items are examined for a trend analysis using 2006 and 2008 survey data.

College- and many unit-level reports will soon be available for consideration at a more local level. An action-planning guide and other resources to support the communication of results and the development of response plans is also available on the UI Working at Iowa and University Human Resources websites.

 

Working at Iowa (WAI): What and Why (text)

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Overview - Multimedia Presentation

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New for 2012: Changes in the 2012 survey

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Confidentiality

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FAQ’s

 

 

 

Page last updated November 2012