Georgia Tech has established a reputation for being a great place to work. We have collectively done this through the culture we foster, the benefits we offer and the community we create. Because we continously strive to do better and seek opportunities to grow, Institute leadership is eager to understand how faculty and staff feel about working at Georgia Tech and identify potential growth areas. Thus, Georgia Tech has elected to participate in the Great Colleges to Work For program for the fourth year in a row. Although only a random sample of employees will be selected to participate, we can all do our part to make Georgia Tech a great place to work.
What Can You Do to Make Georgia Tech a Great Place to Work?
- Explore the many opportunities associated with being a part of the Tech community.
- If selected in the random sample of faculty and staff, provide your feedback in the Great Colleges to Work For employee survey from Sunday, March 25 to Friday, April 20. Your honest feedback will allow Georgia Tech to identify areas of strength in the workplace and growth opportunities.
- Attend town hall meetings to be scheduled in Fall 2012, that explores the survey results.
- Tell others why you think Georgia Tech is a great place to work. Submit your thoughts online.
|On March 25, selected Georgia Tech faculty and staff will randomly be sent an e-mail from ModernThink LLC to participate in the Great Collges to Work For survey. Participants should complete the online survey by April 20, 2012.|
|In August of 2012, The Chronicle of Higher Education will release survey results and a listing of colleges that received Honor Roll status.|
|In September and October of 2012, Georgia Tech Human Resources will lead town hall meetings to share the survey results with the campus. These town hall meetings will allow the campus to understand the survey results in greater detail and start a discussion on how we can continue to make Georgia Tech a greater place to work.|