Overall Response Rate: 18% at start of year, 9% in final survey at end of year
Data & Analysis
It is possible to share results if someone is interested, but I do not have the time to clean to make them deidentifiable. This project was too big and I didn't find enough support to allow it to be successful.
Indiana University is committed to the highest ethical standards and compliance with the law. The University Compliance Office works with key compliance areas and individuals throughout the university to facilitate collaboration, raise awareness, provide guidance, and address compliance concerns.
In order to gauge progress, we need your insight. We ask for your participation in this three-minute survey. Your responses are confidential and will help identify potential opportunities and concerns.
The survey can be accessed via https://redcap.uits.iu.edu/surveys/?s=87F9WPRATA.
Overall Response Rate: 28.6%
We had 6,600 responses to the Compliance Awareness Survey. It was sent to 23,100 employees directly, although it was also available via the homepage on the University Compliance website.
• Reasons for being (or NOT being) a current season ticket holder for IU football
• Recall of IU football ads during 2015 year
• Games attended and reasons for NOT attending all home games among season ticket holders
• Motivation to attend more home games in the future
• Satisfaction with game-day experience elements
• Knowledge/engagement with Pinstripe bowl game
• Basic demographic information
This survey is conducted by the Department of Labor. It is designed to collect information on the knowledge, skills, and competencies required for individuals in various occupations. Results of the data collection are used to update a national database on occupations called the Occupational Information Network (O*NET), which is the US primary source of information on jobs.
Overall Response Rate: N/A
Data & Analysis
A committee comprised of faculty from my office and two past presidents of the BFC have been analyzing the data and identifying the main findings from the survey. In addition to providing information on faculty satisfaction at IUB, it also allows us to compare satisfaction of IUB faculty to faculty at some of our peer institutions. I am pleased to say that our faculty feel IUB has many strengths, and most are satisfied with IUB. The data also identify some issues where more work is needed, and we discuss these in the report.
I invite you to read the report: http://vpfaa.indiana.edu/docs/bloomington/Exec%20Summary%202016%20COACHE%20Survey.pdf
We hope you find this report useful and that it stimulates new ideas for making our campus an even more supportive and engaging environment where we can all do our best work.