WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) -- Purdue University administrators want to know if faculty members are happy at work.
The COACHE survey will start in the beginning of February. The survey lets faculty give feedback on their work environment.
In the past, they've been unsatisfied with overall university leadership, while most were happy with their peers and the mentoring program.
This year, administrators say they are hoping to understand how employees feel about the climate at Purdue.
Results will be announced around April.
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