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A& P Interest Survey

Results Summary

Summer 2005 - 223 Respondents

 

Issues ranked on a scale of 1 (Not Important at All) to 5 (Highest Priority)

The TOP FIVE highest priority issues are identified in red.

 

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2

3

4

5

Top Five

Issues

Equitable pay for A&P employees

1%

5%

11%

37%

46%

#2

Consistent evaluations for employees

3%

8%

26%

43%

20%

#3

Improving communication among A&P

3%

16%

46%

24%

10%

An A&P social event

39%

33%

19%

7%

1%

Increasing awareness - A&P grievance policy

6%

27%

42%

19%

5%

Electronic privacy

3%

13%

23%

39%

21%

#5

Training & professional dev. for A&P employees

3%

7%

28%

40%

21%

#4

Healthcare benefits

0%

2%

13%

34%

51%

#1

Intimate relations policy

22%

32%

28%

14%

2%

Consulting policy for A&P employees

7%

24%

35%

24%

9%

Proportional representation in A&P nominations and elections

6%

23%

41%

23%

5%


Other topics (listed in no order of priority):

  • Stop using Social Security # as ID
  • Parking
  • Better communication between administrative offices when a policy changes
  • Recombination with Staff Council to increase the organization's strength and effectiveness
  • Vision insurance and flexible schedules
  • Push to get a new AU President - evaluate interview and selection process
  • Matters of diversity, tolerance, and inclusiveness
  • Upward feedback, evaluation of your immediate supervisor
  • 100% tuition waiver for employees and retirees
  • Strategic planning
  • Programs to promote employee wellness
  • Increasing representation from non-admin employees
  • Football ticket priority
  • Nine month appointment opportunity

 

Survey response details are listed in a separate document.

View the survey instrument here.

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