Take Life & Work Connections Survey Online
Are you stressed at work? Skipping lunch? Not getting enough sleep? These are just some of the topics addressed by a new employee survey distributed by The University of Arizona's Life & Work Connections.
A link to the survey was sent to all faculty and staff via e-mail Friday. The survey was designed to help make UA employees aware of LWC services and collect feedback on what people want from the Human Resources program, said Darci Thompson, LWC director.
"I know there's uncertainty in the community right now and we're one of the safe places on campus," Thompson said. "We're always looking at being proactive in the health and well-being of our employees."
Current LWC offerings include employee counseling, fitness and nutrition coaching, free health screenings, elder care and child care resources and more.
Findings from the survey, which asks employees questions related to their physical and emotional health and well-being and their experience with LWC resources, will be used to help LWC learn how to further enhance or develop its services, Thompson said.
"Our intent is to support all faculty and staff in all aspects of their lives," she said. "Because these are difficult times, this is a reminder that there are supportive resources available."Â Â
The survey is hosted by SurveyMonkey, an online service not affiliated with the UA, and responses are completely anonymous and confidential, Thompson said.Â
Employees can access the survey, which takes 10 to 20 minutes to complete, online through April 30. Key survey findings are expected to be released in June.Â
The survey's release was timed to coincide with the launch of LWC's redesigned Web site, which contains information on various employee programming and resources.