Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Going Through the Motions? The 2015 Survey of Faculty Workplace Engagement - Colleen Flaherty, Inside Higher Ed

Employee engagement: it’s an important metric that can gauge how loyal and intrinsically interested people are in their work. So how engaged are faculty members, and how do they compare to other kinds of workers? A new Inside Higher Ed survey, conducted by Gallup, suggests that while faculty members over all aren’t actively engaged in their work, those at smaller, private institutions tend to be the most emotionally and intellectually connected to what they do. Tenure-track faculty members are also relatively engaged, possibly from the coaching and mentoring they receive, as compared to tenured and non-tenure-track professors. https://www.insidehighered.com/news/survey/going-through-motions-2015-survey-faculty-workplace-engagement

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