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Civil Service People Survey: 2016 results

The results of the 2016 People Survey, which looks at civil servants' attitudes to and experience of working in government departments.

Documents

Civil Service People Survey 2016: benchmark scores (CSV)

Civil Service People Survey 2016: all organisation scores (Excel)

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Civil Service People Survey 2016: all organisation scores (CSV)

Civil Service People Survey 2016: results by demographic groups (CSV)

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Civil Service People Survey 2016: results by demographic groups (Excel)

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Civil Service People Survey 2016: results by gender (Excel)

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Civil Service People Survey 2016: results by ethnicity (Excel)

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Civil Service People Survey 2016: results by health status (Excel)

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Civil Service People Survey 2016: results by sexual identity (Excel)

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People Survey 2016 Technical Guide

Details

The 8th annual Civil Service People Survey was conducted across 98 Civil Service organisations, including government departments, executive agencies and Crown non-departmental public bodies.

The fieldwork for the survey ran from 3 to 31 October, with 97% participating online and 3% completing paper questionnaires. 279,708 participated in the survey, an overall response rate of 65%. Across the 98 participating organisations the median response rate was 78%.

The benchmark report shows results from the Civil Service People Survey from 2009 to 2016. The benchmark for a survey measure is the median (mid-point) score of all participating organisations. The questions are used to generate 10 headline indicators; 1 to measure the levels of employee engagement and 9 to measure the factors which influence engagement.

Published 16 November 2016