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Staff Surveys

University Mail clerk Kenneth Cash flips a letter into the correct bin while sorting mail. PHOTO BY ROGER WINSTEAD

The Staff Well-Being Survey is a locally developed and administered survey of NC State University staff (i.e., all non-administrative, non-faculty employees). Topics covered in the survey include working relationships, communication, leadership, university vision and direction, diversity, work activities, support and professional development, performance evaluation, pay and compensation, campus infrastructure, campus activities, and overall satisfaction. The survey was first administered in 2008, with the intention of administering it about every five years. Reports include overall results, as well as results broken down by various characteristics (e.g., gender, race, job classification, College/division).