Category Archives: Survey Question of the Month

Question of the Month

We do not have a question this month. We hope you will spend time practicing self-care and doing some of the activities listed in the ‘Fall Wellness Tips’ article included in the Work/Life section of this issue of Library Worklife. Read the rest

Results of Last Month’s (Sept 2023) Question

Q1: What have you done to feel rejuvenated since the pandemic has ended? (Select all that apply.)

ANSWER CHOICES RESPONSES
Taking walks 54.55%
Exercising 43.18%
Listening to music 77.27%
Reading 72.73%
Connecting with family and friends 52.27%
Gardening 25.00%
Bike riding 11.36%
Dancing 11.36%
Cooking 31.82%
Taking regular breaks 31.82%
Eating healthy meals 38.64%
Getting appropriate amounts of sleep 47.73%
Practicing mindfulness 18.18%
Practicing yoga 13.64%
Saying ‘no’ more often 34.09%
Talking to a therapist 29.55%
Periodically taking
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Question of the Month – September 2023

How are you staying refreshed and rejuvenated now that the pandemic is over? What have you done this year to feel inspired and motivated ─ both personally and professionally? What self-care measures have you taken this year that provide balance in your life? Please take our survey to let us know. Read the rest

Question of the Month – August 2023

We have no question for this month. We hope you will spend your time disconnecting from work, electronic devices, and all things that could be stress-inducing. Next month you can tell us how you found time to relax, rejuvenate, and refresh. Enjoy!Read the rest

Results of Question of the Month – July 2023

The HR Law section of the July 2023 issue of Library Worklife briefly included an article entitled ‘Employment Law Rulings and Guidance with Implications for Employers.’ As a result, the following question was asked of readers: 

What are you most concerned about as it relates to the Supreme Court’s rulings on religious accommodations or affirmative action, or the National Labor Relations Board’s guidance on workplace protections for conversations about racism? Below are some of the responses received.

I’m not
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Question of the Month – July 2023

What are you most concerned about as it relates to the Supreme Court’s rulings on religious accommodations or affirmative action, or the National Labor Relations Board’s guidance on workplace protections for conversations about racism? Please let us know your thoughts by answering our one-question survey.Read the rest

Results of Question of the Month for June 2023

Q1: Does your library/organization offer financial education to its employees?

ANSWER CHOICES RESPONSES
Yes 34.4%
No 65.6 %
COMMENTS 
Through the county organization we offer state retirement, options to contribute to 457 retirement fund (with employer contribution), health savings accounts (with employer contribution), both our EAP and Benefits offer financial education seminars. 
This would be an interesting offering for our staff. 
We have access to Linked In Learning which includes 70 videos on Personal Finance. 
The library does not offer
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Question of the Month – June 2023

Does your library/organization offer financial education to its employees? Please take a minute to let us know by taking our 2-question survey.Read the rest

Results of Question of the Month – May 2023

Q1: How have you been practicing self-care during the pandemic? (Select all that apply.)

Answer Choices  Responses
Taking walks 78.85%
Exercising 55.77%
Listening to music 57.69%
Reading 82.69%
Connecting with family and friends 59.62%
Gardening 17.31%
Bike riding 17.31%
Dancing 19.23%
Cooking 36.54%
Taking regular breaks 34.62%
Eating healthy meals 46.15%
Getting appropriate amounts of sleep 51.92%
Practicing mindfulness 32.69%
Practicing yoga 30.77%
Saying ‘no’ more often 21.15%
Talking to a therapist 25.00%
Periodically taking mental health days 17.31%
Other
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Question of the Month May 2023

How did you practice self-care during the pandemic? Please take a minute to tell us by taking our 2-question survey.Read the rest