2013 You Count! Pulse Survey Results Now Available
Follow these steps to access the survey results:
- Go to https://www.moreheadmsp.net/ec2/
- Enter utmbhr13 for the username
- Enter utmbhr13 for the password
- Select Your Results to view the data for each entity and department
With more than 11,000 employees at UTMB, there is a potential for a high volume of usage to result in slower system performance or lack of access. Should you experience such difficulties, please be patient or try logging in again.
Please contact your manager if you have any questions about your entity or department data. For technical assistance with viewing the survey results, please contact Morehead’s Support Team at 1-800-849-2292 (option 1) or email@example.com.
2013 Pulse Survey
UTMB is partnering with Morehead Associates on the 2013 You Count! Pulse Survey. The survey, which measures employee satisfaction and engagement, has been extended until midnight, Monday, May 20
. It is open to all full- and part-time employees hired on or before
April 1, 2013. Eligible employees will receive an email invitation from Morehead with instructions and an embedded survey link.
2013 You Count! Pulse Survey – At a Glance
Frequently Asked Questions
Incentives for Completing the Survey
Current Participation Rates FINAL
Conducted by Independent Consulting Firm
This year’s survey is being conducted once again by Morehead Associates
, an independent human capital consulting and survey firm. Morehead will administer the survey, compile the results, and provide UTMB with a data report summarized at the entity, department, and division levels.
The pulse survey is completely confidential. The feedback collected cannot be linked to an individual or identified in any way.
Employees who complete the survey will be entered into a drawing to win one of six $750 gift certificates for a weekend getaway package from Marchi Travel (or the cash equivalent).
Make a Difference at UTMB
Participation in the survey is critical to the institution’s success. The more who take part in the survey, the more accurately UTMB can identify and address workplace perceptions and concerns.