Feedback from Staff

As an advisory body to the President of the University and the University administration, and to involve the UH staff in decisions affecting their activities, Staff Council regularly solicits staff feedback about their work and campus experience through surveys, Conversations events, and constituent communications. This page serves as a repository of feedback received from staff to provide guidance for ongoing and future programming and policy advocacy.

Conversations with Staff Council, October 24, 2013

[Results forthcoming]

Conversations with Staff Council, May 7, 2013

[Results forthcoming]

2012 Staff Morale Survey

Staff Council has released the findings from the UH Staff Morale Survey conducted in Fall 2012. Complete information can be found in the following documents.

Conversations with Staff Council, August 7, 2012

[Results forthcoming]

2011 Staff Morale Survey

Staff Council has released the findings from the UH Staff Morale Survey conducted in November-December 2011. Complete information can be found in the following documents.

Conversations with Staff Council, August 2, 2011

At the August 2, 2011, Conversations with Staff Council event, suggestions included developing a culture of encouragement, an infrastructure for staff recognition, and a sense of community through informal events designed to bring employees together. Attendees proposed improving the communication infrastructure to allow for greater transparency and to defuse the rumor mill. Opportunities and support for professional development were requested and attendees were interested in mentoring programs. Flex time was among the most common suggestions, and employees advocated a work culture change to promote mutual customer service, empowerment, and respect. Attendees also made several cost-saving recommendations, which included selling equipment and furniture and advertising to increase property rental income. Resource conservation tips were provided, such as reducing campus phones, revamping business processes, and developing interdepartmental mechanisms to share shortcuts and best practices.