Your opinion matters
Below is a list of the most frequently asked questions. Click or tap on any of the questions to view the answer.
For additional information, please contact the Human Resources Division.
Every full-time faculty, staff and administrator hired on or before Monday, November 13, 2017.
The period of time covered is from March 1, 2017 to the current date.
Via email, each full-time faculty, staff and administrator will receive electronic communication with the name of the supervisor to whom he/she can give feedback. Included will be instructions on how to complete the feedback survey. All responses made by each individual are anonymous.
You will be able to access the online feedback if you are off-campus by clicking on the link www.mdc.edu/supervisorfeedback. You will receive a dialog box asking for your credentials. To sign in, enter the following:
User name. Type MDCC\xxxxxxxx, where xxxxxxxx is your employee network id, what you use to sign on to your computer at work.
Password. Enter your network password, the same one you use when you sign on to your computer at work.
Click on OK; then you will be on the feedback page.
The administration period is from February 12, 2018 through March 5, 2018. Completed survey must be submitted by no later than 11:59 p.m. on March 5, 2018, the deadline date.
Participants are based on a projected full-time active employment of at least 90 calendar days by the beginning of the administration period and a predetermined cut-off date is used. If you were hired full-time after that date (after Monday, November 13, 2017) you will not be included in the current year’s implementation. If this is not the case, you can participate by visiting the Supervisors Feedback Survey and clicking on the appropriate link.
Note: If you supervise full‐time employees who do not have access to computers, please direct them to a Computer Lab on your campus to complete the survey.
Supervisors’ feedback is based on a projected full-time active employment of at least 90 calendar days by the beginning of the administration period and a predetermined cut-off date of November 14, 2016 is used. If you were hired full-time after that date (after Monday, November 14, 2016) you will not receive feedback in 2017.
The supervisor data captured from MDConnect reflects the organizational structure entered in the system as of Thursday, December 21, 2017 and you will be evaluated by your subordinates that were in the MDConnect system on December 21, 2017.
You are asked to provide feedback on your direct supervisor.
Data is maintained in MDConnect; however, the department manager makes the determination of “supervisor”. Each Department Manager reviews the data prior to implementation of the feedback program.
You should notify your direct supervisor.
Note: Appropriate changes will be made in MDConnect, but cannot be made on the Supervisors Feedback survey for submission at this time.
Any changes in the reporting structure must be submitted to Zulay Ciffoni, Compensation Manager, Human Resources via email at firstname.lastname@example.org, no later than Friday, December 8, 2017. It is vital to include the following information in the email:
You would provide feedback on whoever is assigned as the supervisor at the time of the feedback program administration.
No. All responses made by each individual are anonymous.
Yes. If you need special accommodations regarding the completion of the online survey, contact Jennis Ramsay in Human Resources at Ext. 70293.
No. Written comments are not part of the Supervisors Feedback Program.
Each supervisor will be able to view his/her feedback report online during the second half of March. Supervisors will receive an email from Human Resources the day prior to reports availability, which will also include a link to the Interpretation Guide for Supervisors Feedback Report. A copy of this report will also be made available online to his/her immediate supervisor as well as the respective area head.
The report will contain responses to each item on the feedback survey. Individual responses will not be included; all responses will remain anonymous.
Responses are not separately identified. All responses made by each individual are anonymous and combined with all other responses. However, if you are the only subordinate and you choose to respond, it would be evident that it was you.
No. All responses made by each individual are anonymous and combined with all other responses. Responses are not summarized by job classification in the report the supervisor receives.
Questions regarding the Supervisors Feedback Program can be directed to Jennis Ramsay in the Division of Human Resources. She can be reached at Ext. 70293 or via email at email@example.com.