Don’t forget, Vital Voices faculty and staff engagement survey going on now
From now until Friday, March 24, the Vital Voices faculty and staff engagement survey will be open. The survey provides faculty, staff and learners with the opportunity to provide feedback regarding the health and climate of our organization.
There are two separate surveys running simultaneously – one for faculty and one for staff. The results help leaders to understand the pressing needs in units and departments. By sharing your real experience and thoughts on topics ranging from equity, work environment, leadership, and safety culture, you are shaping the future of Michigan Medicine.
Currently, 35 percent of staff and 23 percent of faculty have taken the survey. So be sure to make your voice heard today!
Here’s what you need to know
The survey takes only 10 to 15 minutes to complete. All responses are kept confidential through Press Ganey, a third-party vendor administering the survey. Individual responses are not made accessible to anyone at Michigan Medicine.
In a show of appreciation for the time and effort our employees take to make the Vital Voices Survey as complete and illuminating as possible, this year, Press Ganey is helping to facilitate a giveaway of Apple Watches.
At the end of your survey, you will see a link to “opt in” to the drawing for an Apple Watch. Please note that pertinent tax information will be shared with the winners when they are randomly selected.
How to participate
Emails were sent last week directly to eligible employees, with reminder emails going out today. The surveys will also be available here:
Staff Engagement Survey: https://surveys.pressganey.com/wix/p160526178431.aspx
Faculty Engagement Survey: https://surveys.pressganey.com/wix/p796745697794.aspx
The password convention for both Faculty and Staff is as follows:
- 8-digit employee ID (UMID) and last two digits of birth year.
- (Example: UMID is 12345678 and birth year is 1979, password will be 1234567879).
No identifying information will be reported to Michigan Medicine with your response. Thank you for sharing your vital voices.
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