The University’s third myVoice staff engagement survey was held from March 31 to April 11, 2014.
A total of 74% of continuing and fixed term staff responded to the survey, taking the opportunity to have their say about ACU as a place to work, and how ACU is performing as an organisation.
Staff feedback is highly valued, and the University thanks all staff who took the time to participate in the myVoice survey. Congratulations to Dr Mike Hopkins, Lecturer in Finance, who was the winner of the prizedraw for survey respondents - receiving a $300 Myer gift voucher!
View the results
The overall results from the 2014 myVoice survey were independently analysed by Voice Project and have now been presented to staff at each campus. Copies of the two sets of presentation slides that were shown are available at the links below for staff to view in detail.
Staff feedback helps to inform processes that support our culture and strategic direction. The feedback staff gave in the last myVoice survey in 2011 informed a number of changes across the University. Changes were implemented to improve ACU as a place to work, and support the achievement of ACU’s strategic objectives. The stories listed below highlight some of the positive developments that have been guided by previous myVoice feedback.
The myVoice survey has been developed by Voice Project, an external research and consulting company which specialises in designing and administering these types of surveys. The results of myVoice are independently analysed by Voice Project, who use processing methods that ensure confidentially for any individuals completing the survey.