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Employee Engagement Survey coming in March of 2015

As the university continues to pursue the goal outlined in the Ten by Twenty to “attract, develop, and retain a talented and diverse workforce of engaged employees,” university leadership is preparing to survey employees in March about their level of engagement. Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and Johns Hopkins Health System will also be joining this endeavor.

The Gallup Organization uses the Q12 survey to measure employee engagement — meaning the emotional connection employees feel to their jobs and the organization — at a point in time. The Q12 survey was first administered at the university in June of 2012 with a very good response rate. Feedback from this next round of the survey is important to understanding the employee’s view of the organization and will allow the university to see where it can make changes to help build stronger engagement.

The project team looks forward to partnering with managers and working with all university staff to build a better workplace at Johns Hopkins University. Look for more information by e-mail in the spring.

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