Be the Change with Your Employee Engagement Survey Input

March 9, 2015  //  FOUND IN: Announcements

Your voice matters.

Your feedback and creativity is what inspires meaningful change that impacts you, your colleagues and our health system.  Your leaders and team need you to take the Employee Engagement survey any time by March 27 from a computer on the UMHS network or mobile device with AirWatch and VPN access.

Be the change with your Employee Engagement survey input by telling leaders what works in your area and what needs to be improved. Your honest and confidential input can lead to important changes that will benefit you, your co-workers and our patients.

To take the survey, you will need your:

1.      Work Area Code: Your supervisor will tell you the code to use so your responses are linked to your unit. See a complete list of codes here.

2.      Password: The 10-digit password consists of your 8-digit Employee ID number, plus your two-digit date of birth. (For example, if you were born on June 4 and your employee ID number is 12345678, your password will be 1234567804.)  By requiring a survey password, we are ensuring that only eligible UMHS employees can take the survey.

Who takes the survey?
Hospitals, Health Centers and Medical School staff who began working at UMHS before Feb.16, 2015 should take the survey. Dual-appointment employees will be able to take the survey as long as one of their appointments is at UMHS. Any temporary employee will also be able to complete the survey. Volunteers and individuals who are working temporarily through a vendor (e.g. Manpower) are not eligible to complete the survey. Faculty and House Officers take a different survey at a different time.

Are my survey results confidential?
Your responses are handled by a third party vendor and are absolutely secure and confidential. No one at UMHS has access to data that can identify specific individuals.

Visit the Frequently Asked Questions page for more info.

Seize this opportunity to share your thoughts and inspire positive change in our health system.