IU Workplace Health & Wellness Survey
It's All About You!
How well does IU support your workplace health? We need to hear YOUR voice in the 2019 IU Workplace Health & Wellness Survey, so we can respond to the needs of our IU community!
How Do I Take the Survey?
A survey invitation e-mail will be sent to every full-time faculty and staff member on March 1, 2019. Check your IU e-mail inbox on or after March 1 for your survey invitation link. The survey takes about 15 minutes to complete.
If you have misplaced your survey e-mail, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. The survey is open through April 5, so you can take it at your earliest convenience.
Your responses are anonymous!
Why Is It Important to Participate?
Your feedback guides the development of Healthy IU programs and resources. We want to know whether or not Healthy IU offerings are making an impact for you. You are the guiding light for the future of your workplace wellness program, so please share your voice with us!
This is the third university-wide workplace wellness survey since 2013. Here are just a few of the steps Healthy IU has taken based on previous survey responses:
- Created university-wide online wellness challenges and programs around topics influencing physical and mental well-being, such as Climb IU, Sleep Great IU, Common Good (gratitude), and Mindful Parenting
- Offered an annual, 12-week Weight Watchers program on all campuses
- Hired a university-wide Work + Life consultant to enhance and promote the IU Employee Assistance Program, resources for working parents (such as lactation rooms, etc), alternative work schedules, and more
- Expanded indoor and outdoor walking paths as opportunities for physical activity at work
- A team of experts at the Fairbanks School of Public Health will handle the anonymous data collection for this survey.
- For more information about the survey, read the FAQs.
- Need to talk to someone? Call the Fairbanks School of Public Health at (317) 274-3126 or e-mail email@example.com.
- See the results from the 2013 and 2015 surveys here.