NMSU Auxiliary Services | 2017

Auxiliary Employee Engagement Survey Data Comparison 2017 vs. 2014

The following comparison shows that Auxiliary’s greatest improvements from 2014 to 2017 are in the areas of:

Internal Communication (40 point increase), Pay (25 point increase)
and Workplace (22 point increase)

Based on scores, Auxiliary’s 2017 top three areas of greatest strength identified are:

Supervision (Score 387) – The supervision construct captures employees’ perceptions of the nature of supervisory relationships within the organization. Higher scores suggest that employees view their supervisors as fair, helpful and critical to the flow of work.
Workplace (Score 381) – The workplace construct captures employees’ perceptions of the total work atmosphere, the degree to which they consider it safe, and the overall feel. Higher scores suggest that employees see the setting as satisfactory, safe and that adequate tools and resources are available.
Employee Engagement –
(Score 374)
The employee engagement construct captures the degree to which employees are willing to go above and beyond, feel committed to the organization and are present while working. Higher scores suggest that employees feel their ideas count, their work impacts the organization and their well-being and development are valued.