Abbreviated Workplace and Gender Relations Survey of Military Members
The Workplace and Gender Relations (WGR) Survey of Military Members (Active and Reserve) is open! Feedback from the survey drives Navy policy, programs, resourcing, and training that impacts all Navy services members. An abbreviated survey is available for any military member (takes ~5 minutes).
· Go to DoDsurveys.mil to start the survey
A few important notes:
· The WGR Survey provides DoD with, among other things, official prevalence estimates for prior year sexual assault, sexual harassment, and gender discrimination in the military. The survey also provides important insight into service member perceptions of gender equality, command climate issues, and resilience. Feedback from this survey drives Navy policy, programs, resourcing, and training that impact all Navy service members.
- We need every Sailor to help inform workplace and gender relations.
- Go to DoDsurveys.mil to start the survey. Logging into the survey requires members to enter their DoDID and day (number) of birth. This ensures the survey is only taken one time.
- Remember this is used to set DoD and then DON and finally OPNAV policy.
- This survey has not been done since 2018 and will not be done again for two years. We have to energize every Sailor to participate in this survey.
- Go to DoDsurveys.mil to start the survey.
DE&I Event Tomorrow on BUMED’s Facebook Live
On Friday, 10 December 2021, at 1:00pm EST on Facebook Live, Navy Medicine hosts a panel discussion on its Facebook page that examines structural barriers to increasing diversity in medicine from the perspectives of minority Navy medical providers. The panel discussion is open to an unlimited number of people to view at:
Here is a flyer about the event:
USU Allyship Faculty Development Program and DEI Journal Club
Here is info on the USU Allyship Faculty Development Program designed to recognize faculty members who have pursed advanced training in the area of diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) and recognize these principles as critical to the success of the USU mission:
Here is info on the DEI journal club:
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