Research & Publications

The IOE offers geographical representations of Texas State employee perceptions of their organizations.

Quality of Service

Employee perceptions of Quality of Service from responses on the Survey of Employee Engagement (SEE)

This graphic is a geographical representation of employee perceptions regarding Quality of Service from responses on the 2009/2010 Survey of Employee Engagement (SEE). Click here for full report.

Pay

Employee perceptions of Pay from responses on the Survey of Employee Engagement (SEE)

This graphic is a geographical representation of employee perceptions regarding. Pay from responses on the 2009/2010 Survey of Employee Engagement (SEE). Click here for full report.

Teamwork

Employee perceptions of Teamwork from responses on the Survey of Employee Engagement (SEE)

This graphic is a geographical representation of employee perceptions regarding Teamwork from responses on the 2009/2010 Survey of Employee Engagement (SEE). Click here for full report.

Benefits

Employee perceptions of Benefits from responses on the Survey of Employee Engagement (SEE)

This graphic is a geographical representation of employee perceptions regarding Benefits from responses on the 2009/2010 Survey of Employee Engagement (SEE). Click here for full report.

Overall

Employee perceptions of Overall from responses on the Survey of Employee Engagement (SEE)

This graphic is a geographical representation of employee perceptions regarding Overall from responses on the 2009/2010 Survey of Employee Engagement (SEE). Click here for full report.

These maps are a geographical representation of employee perceptions of various aspects of state employment derived from responses on the Survey of Employee Engagement (SEE).  This report is provided to agencies and represents the opinions of roughly 200,000 Texas State employees in 2010.  The scale for the possible response choices ranged from a low of 1 to a high of 5.

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