Branch Communications Survey 2018 Posted on 18 January, 201814 February, 2018 Order Number How are we doing? Ahead of our AGM (14 March 2018 at 12pm and 5pm) we are getting feedback on our communication. This year we've been trying to improve the way we keep in touch with members and would like your views on how we're doing. Please take a few minutes to tell us what you think and where we can improve. It's your union, so we need your input to improve your experience. What is your preferred method of communication? Email from the branch office Email from your steward at work Social media Text message Letter Have you heard about any of the campaigns we've run this year? Scottish Social Services Council Mythbuster "Safe Spaces & Gentle Places" - CG Conference Our Transformation Principles (Leaflet) Pay up now! (National campaign) Have you read any of our transformation updates? Yes Sometimes No Don't know How would you rate our communication with you in 2017? Do you have any suggestions to improve our communications? Getting help We'd like to know how easy you find it to get help from UNISON. It's important that you know who to turn to when you need help, and how to get in touch. Do you know who your local workplace steward/rep is? Yes No Don't know If you had an issue at work, would you be confident on how to report it to us? Yes No Don't know Did you know that you can find advice and request help through our website? Yes No Don't know How would you prefer to make initial contact with us when you need advice or representation? Website form Facebook Messenger Twitter (direct message) Email Telephone Speak to my local rep Speak to Branch Secretary Equalities Please tell us a little more about you so that we can analyse the data in more detail and the impact it has on different groups. This survey will still remain anonymous. Are you a low paid worker (G9 and below)? Yes No Don't know Do you identify as any of the following groups? Women Black or ethnic minority LGBT+ Disabled Young person (under 27) Posted in News and tagged communications, feedback.