Good scores for Erasmus School of Economics in EUR employee survey
Erasmus School of Economics passes with more than satisfactory grades based on an independent employee survey which aims to assess how employees perceive Erasmus University Rotterdam. Compared to the results of an identical survey that took place in 2014, Erasmus School of Economics has improved itself on virtually all fronts.
With a score of 7.5 the overall satisfaction among employees of Erasmus School of Economics is satisfactory and above benchmarks. In addition Erasmus School of Economics shows also a positive development in the seven predefined themes. For a visual illustration of the scores for each topic see the attachment.
For Margaretha Buurman, head of HRM/Management & Policy, the results express satisfaction: "It's nice to see that we get such a good scores and that we have found our way up on the points we wanted to improve after the outcome of the 2014 survey results. For example, the predefined theme ‘leadership’ has improved significantly. However it requires attention to keep the scores at this level and to improve where possible. Take for instance the theme 'efficiency'. "
All paid employees, except student assistants, have received an email from the Executive Board of Erasmus University Rotterdam, informing them on how to log in to consult the EUR-wide reports. Visit the website www.eur.nl/employeesurvey. For the result of the Erasmus School of Economics part of the survey, see the shared folder: \\campus.eur.nl\shared\departments\ESE-FD-ALGEMEEN\Medewerkersonderzoek 2016 (copy in browser) This document can only be opened by employees of Erasmus School of Economics.