70 percent satisfied; employee survey results available


PULLMAN, Wash. – Seventy percent of respondents to the 2016 Employee Engagement Survey said they are often or always satisfied at work.

In an ongoing effort to attract, cultivate and retain an engaged workforce, Human Resource Services conducts the biennial survey at Washington State University.

Survey results are used to assist Washington State University in developing strategies to enhance and improve the workplace.

The 2016 survey results are available at http://hrs.wsu.edu/employee-engagement-survey/.


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