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Share your feedback in the Remote Work survey by May 10

This message was sent to faculty and staff in Vancouver and the Okanagan.

2 May, 2022

A message from Marcia Buchholz, Vice-President, Human Resources

Last fall, UBC introduced a pilot Remote Work program to formalize hybrid work arrangements for faculty and staff, where operationally feasible. We are gaining insights into the Remote Work program and its effects on faculty and staff — as well as on the campuses and the culture of the university more broadly. We are now in a position to evaluate these insights further. 

Whether you work remotely/hybrid or on-site, all faculty and staff are invited to share your feedback in the Remote Work survey.

You can access the survey at https://hr.ubc.ca/workplace-surveys

The survey will take 5-10 minutes to complete. The deadline is 4pm on May 10, 2022. Your individual responses will remain confidential, and survey results will only be reported in aggregate. 

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