Stonewall Staff Feedback Questionnaire - Now open!

The questionnaire is for all staff and contains a series of tick box questions and will take about 10 minutes to complete.

Please follow the link below and type in the following to access the survey: 

Organisation name: University of Exeter
Four digit code: 1686
Survey link: https://www.snapsurveys.com/wh/s.asp?k=149907370564

Many thanks for your support.

Some questions you may have about the questionnaire...

The Stonewall Staff Questionnaire leads to action on increasing LGBT inclusivity in the University.

As a direct result of last year's Stonewall Staff Questionnaire we relaunched the staff LGBTQ+ network which has given us rainbow lanyards, rainbow flags flying on campus, a visible and accessible source of support and a voice in shaping the University's inclusivity agenda.

There is still lots to do and the more people that complete the questionnaire, the better the insights we will have into how we can make an even more inclusive environment.

No. The questionnaire is designed to get the views of ALL staff whatever their sexual orientation and gender identity.  It is therefore open to LGBT, non-LGBT staff and those that do not wish to disclose.

Stonewall collates all the responses to the questionnaire. Last year over 60,000 staff from 415 different workplaces across Britain took part in the questionnaire, making it one of the largest national employment surveys. Stonewall publishes their analysis of the questionnaire results as part of their guide to the Top 100 Employers in the Workplace Equality Index. 

For the University, our questionnaire responses are used along with the rest of our submission to the Workplace Equality Index to give us a position in the resulting league table. This year the questionnaire accounts for up to 10% of the available marks (up from 5% in previous years).  We also receive our questionnaire results benchmarked against averages for the Higher Education sector and the Top 100 in the Index.

Yes. The survey is completely anonymous and confidential. The responses go directly to Stonewall and they then provide the University with average scores. Individuals cannot be identified.