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This graph is based on a set of questions, such as, “work gives a sense of accomplishment, is satisfying, is challenging” that assessed an employee's satisfaction with work itself. The results appear to show that a majority of staff employees are very satisfied with their work across all four University of Minnesota campuses. Satisfaction with work is reported to be slightly lower for bargaining unit staff as compared to all groups of staff employees.
This graph is based on responses to statements that assessed staff's satisfaction with promotion opportunities, such as “good chance for promotion, unfair promotion policy, promotion of ability.” Overall, satisfaction with promotion was low across all campuses, with the Morris campus reporting the lowest promotion satisfaction. Bargaining unit employees showed the lowest average satisfaction with promotion across job categories.
This graph is based on responses to statements that assessed staff's satisfaction with their coworkers, such as “The majority of the people I work with are helpful, intelligent, and responsible.” Overall, staff were very satisfied with their coworkers across all campuses and job categories.
This graph is based on responses to statements that assessed staff's satisfaction with their supervisors, such as “praises good work, tactful, up-to-date.” Overall, employees were generally satisfied with their supervisors.
79% of the employees reported that they were satisfied with their employment at the University.
A majority (77%) of staff employees indicated that they would consider recommending the University as an employer to a friend.
About 82% of staff would seek employment with the University again.