What’s the best thing about working at your university? How do your colleagues and managers make you feel valued? In what areas do you need more support?
These are among the questions we will be asking in the third annual Times Higher Education Best University Workplace survey, which is online now.
In the 2016 survey, we want to find out which UK universities excel when it comes to keeping employees content – from pay levels to recognition of the extra hours staff put in. We also want to know how the experience of working in a university differs according to role, discipline, level of seniority, age, gender, terms of contract and other variables.
The independent online survey was developed after consultation with Rob Briner and Yiannis Gabriel, professors at the University of Bath School of Management, as well as professional bodies and trade unions, and is open to all university-employed academics and administrators.
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