Edge Hill’s happy workforce tops the charts

Edge Hill University has been named ‘Best University Workplace’ by Times Higher Education (THE)

This is the second annual survey of those who work in UK Universities from THE, and the accolade comes after the University won THE’s University of the Year 2014-15 award in November last year.

Edge Hill has claimed the number one spot in all four of the Best University Workplace Survey’s key indicators of a contented workforce. The markers were: 

  • I would recommend working at my University to others (94% agree)
  • The leadership of my University is performing well (94% agree)
  • My work responsibilities allow for a healthy work-life balance (77% agree)
  • My University offers a fair deal to its employees in terms of working conditions and benefits (94% agree)

Dr John Cater, Vice-Chancellor of Edge Hill University said: “It has been an academic year of accolades for Edge Hill and these results are among the most important of all. The key differentiating factor for any University is the enthusiasm and quality of its staff. The job of the senior team is to help to create, support and sustain that ethos and culture, to strengthen our sense of shared vision and strategy, to listen and to communicate effectively, and to utilise the strengths and value the contribution of each and every hard-working colleague.

“We will never be complacent, but the Times Higher Education Best University Workplace Survey acknowledges the progress that this University continues to make. We are delighted and extremely proud.”

 

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