Employee survey at KTH 2011
The employee survey result report for KTH as a whole was presented on 16 January 2012 for KTH's management group. The report can be read or downloaded on the next page.
The Report is published on the next page named "Results for KTH employee survey 2011" which you also can reach through the left meu. Since the page is a restricted page, please sign in when it opens.
Each of the KTH schools is responsible for presenting the school's report to the whole school. Coordinator for this is each school's key human resource managers.
The survey firm PRISMA-HR has been responsible for the work of collating and presenting the data. All responses are treated confidentially, and only statisticians working at the PRISMA-group has access to the questionnaire responses. This approach means that nobody at KTH has access to data relating to individuals. When the data are reported, they are presented on the basis of groups of no fewer than ten individuals. This is to ensure that no individuals are singled out.Your responses are protected by the Secrecy Act (Sekretesslagen, SFS 2009:400) and the Data Protection Act (Personuppgiftslagen, PUL).
More detailed information about the survey was sent by e-mail to KTH:s employees September 12th 2011. The following link will show the pdf-version of this information:
Your e-mail address at KTH will only be used by the PRISMA-HR for distributing the link to the employee survey, and for the purpose of sending reminders. Once the survey has been closed to incoming responses, all identifying information will be removed.
If you have any questions, please e-mail or contact:
Dilek Gür, University Administration, phone no: 08- 790 71 58
The last employee survey to all employees at KTH was conducted in December 2009 and the results were presented following spring to all managers and employees.
Thereafter some schools and workgroups initiated various measures to improve the working conditions. The university administration initiated a program of Life and career planning for executives and invested in improving the development dialogues.