Executive Summary (pdf)
Summary of Responses (pdf)
The 2016 Working at Iowa survey results show that University of Iowa faculty and staff have high levels of agreement with survey items that indicate an engaged, and therefore productive and effective, workforce. The strengths that continue to drive engagement at the university include that faculty and staff:
- Understand their role and contribution toward the mission of the university.
- Recognize a strong emphasis on customer service, thereby contributing to student success, patient care experience, and/or service to others within the university.
- Report their supervisors treat them with respect.
- Recommend the UI to friends seeking employment.
This year’s Working at Iowa Survey was administered to 17,831 regular faculty and staff over the period of October 5–19, 2016; 10,606 or 60% of the eligible population responded, making it a highly reliable representation of the overall employee population.
Please utilize the links above to read the two page executive summary or view the graphic summary of responses.
Presentations About the Survey:
- Working at Iowa - Chaden Djalali, Dean, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
- Working at Iowa - Jean E. Robillard, MD, VP for Medical Affairs and Patricia L. Winokur, MD, Executive Dean, Carver College of Medicine
- Working at Iowa: What Does it Mean? Does it Matter? - Eean Crawford, Assistant Professor, Tippie College of Business