Staff Perception Surveys

CO-WORKER PERCEPTION SURVEYS

Positive co-worker experiences are a high priority at UCI. We aim to understand more about what creates and sustains positive co-worker experiences through the use of perception surveys.

Perception surveys are a way to collect integrated data from co-workers at various stages of their employee lifecycle with UCI. Data from the surveys will be used to better understand and improve the experiences across the employee lifecycle. Surveys are quick and easy to complete, and the questions are designed to gather feedback to help UCI Human Resources identify where the needs of co-workers are being met, and where there are opportunities to make improvements in the workplace.

EMPLOYEE LIFECYCLE

EMPLOYEE LIFECYCLE

The most important stages that a co-worker goes through as they engage with UCI, such as attraction, recruitment, onboarding, development, retention, and separation.

EMPLOYEE EXPERIENCE

EMPLOYEE EXPERIENCE

The journey a co-worker takes with UCI. It includes every interaction that happens along the employee life cycle.

TYPES OF SURVEYS

Click on any survey title to learn more.

SURVEY OBJECTIVES

IDENTIFY PATTERNS AND TRENDS

IDENTIFY PATTERNS AND TRENDS

CREATE ACTION PLANS

CREATE ACTION PLANS

BUILD TRUST AND LOYALTY

BUILD TRUST WITH CO-WORKERS

WHO IS ELIGIBLE

All represented and policy covered career, partial year career, and contract staff.

Per diem, temporary, student employees, faculty, and other academic appointees are not eligible.

SURVEY ADMINISTRATION

The Perception Surveys will be administered by Gallup, a trusted third party partner and experts in global analytics. Gallup also administers UCI’s bi-annual Staff Engagement Survey and has a long-standing relationship with UCI.

CONFIDENTIALITY

Experience surveys are administered confidentially, meaning that individual survey responses are not reported by employee name, UCINetID, email or any other identifying factor. Aggregate survey results are only reported when at least four (4) members of a team reporting into a supervisor or manager have survey results. Individually identifiable information, including employee name, UCINetID, email or other identifying information is not reported in aggregate results.

Exit and onboarding survey results are directly associated with the person being surveyed. Data provided will be maintained by UCI Human Resources and aggregated then reported in summary form only.