In engaged workplaces, employees feel their needs are met and are enthusiastic about their work. As a result, these organizations enjoy greater productivity, more innovation and better outcomes. Learn how Case Western Reserve is working to cultivate a more engaged workplace for all faculty and staff.
President Eric W. Kaler appointed a working group of faculty and staff to strategize ways to enhance engagement using data from the Gallup Q12 Survey.
Measuring engagement with the Q12 survey provided the university with initial data to better inform efforts to improve engagement among faculty and staff.
Case Western Reserve University leadership provided news to faculty and staff regarding engagement and our engagement survey.
Connect with resources and services for faculty and staff at Case Western Reserve that are designed to enhance employee engagement.