Exit Survey

The Office of Human Rights, Equity & Accessibility (OHREA) would like to invite you to complete an anonymous University of Windsor’s Exit Survey questionnaire.  As an equal opportunity employer, the University of Windsor strives to ensure that employees, regardless of race, ancestry, sexual orientation, disability, gender identity and gender expression and any other protected grounds covered by the Code, are treated respectfully. 

Part of OHREA’s Employment Equity mandate is to offer people an opportunity to provide feedback on their experience as an employee. This would include any perceived barriers or practices that are viewed as working well and problem areas identified. The information that you share will help inform positive changes that we can make to improve our institutional culture.

Employees have the option to answer one or more of the questions asked in the following survey. You can also opt out of answering this exit survey if you wish to do so.

This survey questionnaire is anonymous. Please be ensured that your response to the questions will be kept in the strictest of confidence by OHREA. Information collected from this exit survey will only be accessible by OHREA. The information will only be used in aggregate form. The information will be stored securely within OHREA’s data system.

To access the exit survey online, please visit: www.uwindsor.ca/exitsurvey

Although the survey is anonymous, you will require your UWinID and university password to access and participate in the survey.

Should you feel more comfortable answering these questions in writing, please print the survey and return the document in confidence to:

the Office of Human Rights, Equity & Accessibility (OHREA)
401 Sunset Avenue, Windsor, ON  N9B 3P4

or attach an electronic document of the written response, emailed to employmentequity@uwindsor.ca.


Thank you in advance for completing this survey and sharing your experience with us.


Kaye Johnson, Executive Director

Office of Human Rights, Equity & Accessibility (OHREA)

University of Windsor