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Staff - Leavers Questionnaire

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Introduction

We are committed to improving employment practices and also wish to gain a better understanding as to why employees may leave our University and, in the case of voluntary severance or voluntary or compulsory redundancy, their experiences of the processes involved.

This questionnaire gives you the opportunity to comment on your experiences and perceptions whilst working at City University London and, where relevant, your experiences of redundancy and severance processes. You may choose to volunteer as much or as little information as you wish on each area.

The questionnaire consists of 10 pages and will take approximately 10 minutes to complete. Towards the end of the questionnaire you will be asked if you wish to volunteer to participate in an exit interview. Such an interview would be held confidentially at the University between yourself and a member of Human Resources from outside the School within which you worked. This process has the support of our local trade union representatives.

Leavers questionnaires are undertaken to help us identify any trends and, wherever possible, introduce changes to improve the overall experience of working within and leaving the University. As part of this process information that you provide may be shared in an anonymised form with University colleagues who may benefit from the feedback.

Personal Details

You may remain anonymous if you wish, although it would be helpful if you would provide your details below. In any case, this sheet will be detached and kept separately from your replies


All responses will be treated as confidential and not attributed to you personally, even if you provide your name.






Leaving Details









For the following questions, where relevant please indicate your responses to the following from very poor to excellent on a scale of 1 to 5 (1 - very poor, 2 - poor, 3 - satisfactory, 4 - good, 5 - excellent):

If a question is not applicable, you can not remember, or you prefer not to answer please feel free to leave unanswered.

In addition there is the opportunity to provide further comments for each question.

 

Dignity, value and respect

Taken as a whole during your employment how valued did you feel by...








For the following questions, where relevant please indicate your responses to the following from very poor to excellent on a scale of 1 to 5 (1 - very poor, 2 - poor, 3 - satisfactory, 4 - good, 5 - excellent):

If a question is not applicable, you can not remember, or you prefer not to answer please feel free to leave unanswered.

In addition there is the opportunity to provide further comments for each question.

 

Induction

We appreciate you may have joined the University many years ago. However looking back how effective do you feel your induction programme was:


e.g. induction programme facilitated by HR

Overall Training and Development


For the following questions, where relevant please indicate your responses to the following from very poor to excellent on a scale of 1 to 5 (1 - very poor, 2 - poor, 3 - satisfactory, 4 - good, 5 - excellent):

If a question is not applicable, you can not remember, or you prefer not to answer please feel free to leave unanswered.

In addition there is the opportunity to provide further comments for each question.

 

Pay and Benefits


Career Progression

e.g. induction programme facilitated by HR
Communication at Work




For the following questions, where relevant please indicate your responses to the following from very poor to excellent on a scale of 1 to 5 (1 - very poor, 2 - poor, 3 - satisfactory, 4 - good, 5 - excellent):

If a question is not applicable, you can not remember, or you prefer not to answer please feel free to leave unanswered.

In addition there is the opportunity to provide further comments for each question.

 

Work / Life Balance


Job Satisfaction


Resources


For the following questions, where relevant please indicate your responses to the following from very poor to excellent on a scale of 1 to 5 (1 - very poor, 2 - poor, 3 - satisfactory, 4 - good, 5 - excellent):

If a question is not applicable, you can not remember, or you prefer not to answer please feel free to leave unanswered.

In addition there is the opportunity to provide further comments for each question.

 

Working Relationships


Supervision


Engagement


Other Feedback

Exit Interview / Further Contact

As part of the monitoring process we would like to conduct more detailed exit interviews with a cross section of staff who have left the University for a variety of reasons. This process is entirely confidential, voluntary, and has the support of our local trade union representatives. The interview would be carried out by a member of the Human Resources Department.


Where you have left the University through a compromise agreement we have confirmed with our external lawyers that you are able to take part in such an exit interview without invalidating that agreement as you will only be disclosing information to the University.


If you would like to volunteer to take part please indicate below:

 






Equal Opportunities in Employment

Please help us by answering the following questions, which will allow us to monitor concerns from those who share protected characteristics as detailed under the Equality Act 2010.

If you would prefer not to respond to any question feel free to answer 'prefer not to say'.

 







 

Thank you for taking the time to complete the leavers questionnaire. Your feedback is greatly appreciated. 

To submit your feedback please click on the submit button below.

 

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