The UCOP Future of Work Survey launches Tuesday
As announced in last week’s Link, UCOP is launching a new survey to gather staff input as we think about how UCOP can evolve and move our workplace forward. Much has changed in the past year and we want to take this opportunity to take a fresh look at our workplace needs and options.
The survey is launching today, April 6, 2021. All UCOP staff will receive an email from UCOP Future of Work Survey <email@example.com>. To maintain the anonymity of responses, the survey will not store any personally identifiable information (e.g., your name, IP address, email invite data or geo-location data). Results and comment themes will only be reported in aggregate. Once you receive the survey, please take 15-20 minutes to complete it by Wednesday, April 14.
What does the UCOP Future of Work survey cover?
The survey is designed to help you reflect on how you worked before the pandemic, consider your current work arrangements, and think through factors that may influence your future work location preferences. Your response does not commit you to a specific work arrangement, nor does it commit UCOP to provide any specific or preferred work arrangements.
It has five sections:
- Comparing your current work from home situation to your pre-pandemic work arrangements
- Assessing factors that influence your preferences for a future work arrangement
- Gathering your preferences for future work arrangements
- Gathering preferences from supervisors regarding future work arrangements
- Providing a space for open-ended comments
If you do not receive the survey, please check your spam folder. If you cannot find it, email UCOP-FutureofWork@ucop.edu for assistance.
For questions, to share an idea or provide feedback, please email UCOP-FutureofWork@ucop.edu.Tags: COVID-19, Future of Work, telecommuting
I’m okay working from home. I will also be happy working from office, my only concern would be maintaining the 6 feet apart and making sure I keep sanitizing my work section.
I’m okay working from home. If back to work in office I would take extra steps to ensure I stay safe