2011 City Employee Engagement Survey
The City of Minneapolis surveys its employees every two to three years. The purpose of this survey is to identify strengths of the City as an employer as well as areas where the City can improve.
The results of the 2011 Employee Survey have been compiled. The results show both continued strengths and significant challenges. Department Heads and City Leaders recieved an executive summary of the results on January 18, 2012. The survey results were then shared with all City employees in the days that followed.
City Leaders are formulating a City-wide action plan to address the most pressing needs identified in the survey. Throughout 2012, a cross-departmental Survey Response and Action Team will also be meeting to track progress and assist in implementing action plans.
View the survey results below, either by clicking on "Citywide Report" or by viewing results from individual departments.
2011 Survey Reports
- Citywide Report
- City Attorney
- City Clerk
- City Coordinator
- Civil Rights
- Community Planning and Economic Development (CPED)
- Convention Center
- Health and Family Support
- Human Resources
- Mayor’s Office
- Neighborhood & Community Relations
- Public Works
- Regulatory Services
Last updated Mar. 8, 2012