Our 2019 Staff Survey has closed. Thank-you to all those who took part and helped us to achieve a 64% response rate - that's almost 2,700 people who have had their say about their experience working at Queen's.
You can now view the Institutional Survey Report on Queen's Online.
Visit the Reporting and Action Planning page to find out more information of the Survey process. These webpages will be regularly updated so do check back for more information.
The 2019 Staff Survey: Background information
The Staff Survey is your opportunity to tell us about your experience working at Queen’s. It provides the big picture: an insight into 'how' our staff feel in relation to each touchpoint in the Employee Experience, highlighting the positive aspects as well as the areas where we need to improve. It provides an overview of how well we are doing overall, how the Employee Experience has changed over time, and how Queen's is performing when compared with other institutions within the sector.
As part of our People First commitment to become a true listening organisation, we ran our Staff Survey again from Friday 29 March 2019 until Thursday 18 April to give all of our staff the opportunity to have their say about working at Queen's. Our 2019 Staff Survey is now closed with a high response rate of 64% – that’s almost 2,700 of you who took the opportunity to have your say.
The Survey was administered by an independent research agency, ORC International on behalf of Queen’s University. The information that respondents provided in response to the Survey is strictly confidential and can in no way be traced back to you individually by anyone within Queen's.
- Additional support for staff
If you have questions about the Survey, you can access our Frequently Asked Questions. If you are still unsure about any aspect of the Survey process, please contact your Staff Forum Representative who should be able to help. You can also contact Have Your Say by email with any queries.
- How are Survey results reported and shared with staff?
- 28 May: Headline institutional results shared with the University Executive Board.
- 3 June: Headline institutional results shared with all staff via email and on the staff survey webpages.
- Mid-June: Staff Survey Steering Group and Staff Forum meet. Institutional areas for action agreed.
- End of June: Institutional action areas shared with all staff via email and on the staff survey webpages.
- End of June: Detailed results for Faculties, Professional Services, Schools and Directorates will be made available to the Faculty Pro-Vice-Chancellors and Registrar & Chief Operating Officer.
- July onwards: Faculty PVCs and RCCO will disseminate Faculty/PS level results with all relevant staff and will be responsible for co-ordinating the action planning process at Faculty/PS level.
- July onwards: Faculty PVCs and RCCO will disseminate School/Directorate results to the Heads of School and Directors who will be responsible for sharing results and beginning action planning at a local School/Directorate level.
- Who are the members of the Staff Survey Steering Group?
Name Representative Brian Parkes Chair, Member of UEB, Director of People & Culture Marion Matchett Senate Representative Damien Toner Professional Services Representative Professor Robin Hickey AHSS Representative, Head of School, School of Law Shannon Caldwell EPS Representative, Project Manager Dr Robert (Bobby) Graham MHLS Representative, Reader, School of Biological Sciences Dr Kathryn Boyd Staff Forum Representative, Market Insight Manager, MRCI Dr Fabian Schuppert UCU Representative, Senior Lecturer, HAPP Laura Lynch Head of Organisational Development, People & Culture Amy Miscampbell Staff Engagement Manager, People & Culture