The Employee Engagement Survey, which has been extended through May 10, is available online and takes about 15 minutes to complete.
Marquette University is committed to a fair process of analysis that does not compromise employee anonymity or employee trust.
Responses are anonymous and no identifiable information will be accessible or available to the Human Resources Department or any other employees. The university will not be able to trace individual responses back to you unless you identify yourself, so you can be honest with your feedback.
In an effort to reduce confusion and address common misconceptions regarding the survey, Human Resources has provided answers to a few frequently asked questions:
Q: If the survey is anonymous, why does it ask for employee status information (department/academic unit, length of service, employee type, etc.)?
A: Employee data helps the university understand trends, engagement needs and opportunities for improvement specific to these categories in the aggregate. For this reason, providing employee status information is preferred but not required for survey submission.
Q: What information from the survey data will be distributed and how?
A: Members of the University Leadership Council will receive a report for their specific area, consisting of:
- Question by question results for each department/academic unit, only if a minimum of 10 responses have been received.
- Comment summary
- Count of participants in each employment status category (e.g., department/academic unit, length of service, employee type, etc.)
Unless you self-identify in the comment sections, individual survey answers and comments are not attached to your employee status categories, your IP address or any other identifiable information.
Your participation in the Employee Engagement survey is encouraged – this is your opportunity to let leadership know what is working well and where there is opportunity for improvement. You have through Friday, May 10, to complete the survey.