With our aim to make Edinburgh Napier University a great place to work,
the University has previously carried an employee engagement survey every two
years to help understand the key drivers for staff engagement.
You will be able to see the results and feedback from the 2015 and 2018
surveys on this site. The University also carried out monthly pulse surveys to
track progress against the actions implemented from the 2018 survey, again you
can find the data from these surveys on this site.
With the challenges presented
throughout 2020 and into 2021, the University reconsidered how to capture staff
After a review of various
tools and practices, the University decided that the best approach would be to
carry out short monthly surveys covering five key themes; health &
wellbeing, community & belonging, ways of working, communication and
leadership & recognition.
An open-ended question is
provided to allow colleagues to share their views if they choose to.
Each month, the survey is
followed up by focus groups, these sessions will allow the University to get
greater insight into the feedback provided and gives a better understanding of
what really matters most to colleagues.
The results of all surveys
are shared here each month.
March 2021 survey results
410 staff took part in the survey - a 25% response rate. To see the results and analysis, click here.
January 2021 survey results
539 staff took part in the survey - a 34% response rate. To see the results and analysis, click here.
You'll find the latest progress on actions highlighted by the previous monthly survey here.
December 2020 survey results
458 staff took part
in the survey - a 29% response rate. To see the results and analysis, click here.