UCSF to Conduct Gallup Survey to Measure Staff Engagement

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As part of ongoing efforts to make UC San Francisco a great place to work, UCSF will conduct a survey of all staff to gauge their level of engagement and satisfaction as employees.

All staff are encouraged to express their voices candidly by completing the short confidential survey, which will be open from April 24 through May 15. UCSF’s goal is to hear from all UCSF staff.

“This survey is important for helping us understand the progress toward our shared goal of making UCSF a great place to work,” said Chancellor Sam Hawgood, MBBS. “In order to continue our collective progress, your participation in the 2018 Staff Engagement Survey is essential. The outcomes will inform new institution-wide priorities and will guide individual units in creating future staff engagement plans and goals.”

As the second largest employer in San Francisco, UCSF regularly surveys both faculty and staff to get critical feedback on how employees feel about their daily work, their teams and departments, and the University’s overarching mission.

This is UCSF’s sixth survey of its kind to be conducted by Gallup, known nationally for its data-driven research, to take the pulse of staff members, who make up the majority of its 24,000-strong workforce. Previous staff surveys were conducted in 2011, 2013, 2015 and 2017. Because of the differences in hiring, reviews, compensation and other employment factors, separate surveys are conducted with faculty with the most recent one completed last year.

Completing the Survey

Gallup will email UCSF staff members an invitation with a personalized link to the confidential and secure survey. The survey should take less than 10 minutes to complete.

Gallup will keep all responses completely confidential. Feedback will be reported anonymously without reference to anyone’s identity. Once the results have been reported and analyzed, UCSF will inform staff about the findings and managers will be asked to take the next steps, along with …

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