UNLV is committed to fostering an inclusive, positive work environment where employees achieve professional goals while advancing the university's Top Tier mission. In 2019, the university invited employees across its campuses to participate in the Great Colleges to Work For Survey to solicit feedback on their experience working at UNLV. The survey, completed by 1,369 randomly selected employees, serves as a tool to inform university leadership of areas where UNLV has demonstrated strength and where improvements can be made.

Topline Results
  • ModernThink Overview of Reports
  • Benchmark Comparisons
    • This report displays the 2019 overall results by Benchmark Comparisons (comparing our results to recognized institutions and Carnegie Research institutions) and Job Category. All results are reported as percent positive (the two positive categories of the Likert scale responses: Strongly Agree and Agree. The 2019 Honor Roll column provides the average percent positive results for the highest rated institutions. The 2019 Carnegie Research column indicates the average percent positive for participating institutions that are recognized as Carnegie Research institutions.
  • Job Category
    • This topline reports display results from 600 respondents that are weighted by job category. This weighting provides results that are proportional to the job categories at UNLV. This helps ensure a more representative report with results that can be generalized to our employee population.
Detailed Results

These detailed reports provide results based on the total population of respondents (1369). These reports also include a survey theme of Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion, which was an additional set of customized questions added to the survey this year. The Top/Bottom Report indicates statements within the survey that earned the highest percent positive responses (Top) and the highest percent negative responses (Bottom).

  • Results by Job Category & Tenure Status
  • Results by Demographics (Race, Hispanicity, & Gender)
  • Benefit Satisfaction
  • Open Comment Themes Open-ended question responses were analyzed and presented here as the most common emerging themes. Thematic results are also presented by job category.
  • Result Comparison: 2016 vs. 2019
  • Comparison to 2016: Legend
  • Full Detailed Results (Excel spreadsheet)

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