ScotGov: A biennial survey into the opinions of NHSScotland employees was published last week. Over 42,000 staff across the whole of the health service took part in the survey, which aims to ensure that all employees are supported and their views taken into account.
Newswire – CIPD: This quarter’s Employee Outlook Survey from the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) illustrates the extent to which employees are concerned about their standard of living, as inflation continues to erode the real value of wages. The survey finds almost a third of staff say their standard of living has worsened over the last 6 months compared to 10% who say that it has improved.
There’s also a growing sense of realism in the public sector relating to the risk of redundancy. The survey shows that a fifth of all employees (20%) believe it is likely they could lose their job, but in the public sector this figure rises to 31%, up from 25% last quarter.