Research and analysis

Bullying, Harassment and Misconduct Review

A report from the review into bullying, harassment and misconduct in the Civil Service.

Documents

Review of Arrangements for Tackling Bullying, Harassment and Misconduct in the Civil Service

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Bullying, Harassment and Misconduct Survey

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Details

The report sets out the analysis and conclusions from a review carried out of the arrangements for tackling bullying, harassment and misconduct in the Civil Service. This covers both how Civil Service organisations are ensuring employees feel able to speak up and report issues, and how issues are handled once raised, and sets out the actions being taken as a result of the review.

As part of the review, civil servants were invited to share their ideas and experiences through a survey created for this purpose, with just under 19,000 responses. The detailed analysis and findings document explores what the respondents said, and has fed into the main report alongside the other data and information collected.

Sue Owen published two blogs on this review, in January 2018 and March 2018.

Published 24 September 2018
Last updated 2 October 2018 + show all updates
  1. Updated attachment: Review of Arrangements for Tackling Bullying, Harassment and Misconduct in the Civil Service
  2. First published.