Thank you for working at the University of Bath. As part of our commitment to continuous improvement we believe that it is important to provide employees who leave the University with an opportunity to comment on their experience of working for us. This questionnaire is designed to enable you to tell us your views on various aspects of your time with us. I hope you feel able to comment openly and honestly about your experience with the University of Bath and your reasons for leaving.

By analysing your feedback we will identify trends and issues that are having both positive and negative impacts on working here and introduce improvements to benefit the well-being and working lives of our employees in the future.

The information you give will be treated with respect and for the following purposes:

1. To analyse employment trends including for HESA reporting; for these purposes your information will be anonymised

2. Where appropriate, and agreed with you, to provide feedback to your Department on issues you have raised. This information will not be anonymised, but you are asked on the final page to indicate whether you are content for your feedback to be used for this purpose. 

Your data is only kept and used in accordance with the Data Protection Act 2018 and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

Completion of this survey is voluntary and you may answer some or all of the questions. It has been designed as a checklist for ease and speed of use, but any additional comments you wish to include are most welcome. A paper version of the questionnaire is available from the Human Resources Operations Team if you prefer to fill in the form manually.

If you would rather discuss your reasons for leaving please contact the Human Resources Manager for your service area and an appointment will be made for you.

Thank you in anticipation of your co-operation, and may we take this opportunity to wish you all the best for the future.

Director of Human Resources

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