Charles Sturt University
Charles Sturt University

Context

Every two years the University actively seeks feedback from all staff through the your voice Staff Survey. The survey is provided and analysed by Voice Project http://www.voiceproject.com/ an external organisation with extensive experience in surveying university staff. Working with the Voice Project consultant ensures that the data is kept completely confidential and the results remain anonymous. The Voice Project has published their work in a range of publications and major journal articles are below;

Responsible or Redundant? Engaging the Workforce through corporate social responsibility Smith, V & Langford, P.H. (2011) Responsible or redundant? Engaging the workforce through corporate social responsibility. Australian Journal of Management, 36 (3), 425-447

Benchmarking work practices and outcomes in Australian universities using an employee survey Langford, P. H. (2010). Benchmarking work practices and outcomes in Australian universities using an employee survey. Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management, 32 (1), 41-53

Measuring organisational climate and employee engagement: Evidence for a 7 Ps model of work practices and outcomes  Langford, P. H. (2009). Measuring organisational climate and employee engagement: Evidence for a "7 Ps" model of work practices and outcomes. Australian Journal of Psychology, 61, 185-198

Work-life balance or Work-life alignment: A test of the Importance of work-life balance and intention to stay in organisations  Parkes, L. P., & Langford, P. H. (2008). Work-life balance or work-life alignment? A test of the importance of work-life balance for employee engagement and intention to stay in organisations. Journal of Management and Organisation, 14 (3), 267-284