Have your say in this year’s annual NHS Staff Survey

The 2020 survey will hit your inboxes on Monday…

It has been a challenging year for everyone, professionally and personally, as we all adapted to new ways of working and living. As we settle into a new rhythm it is a good time to reflect and think about what has worked well in the last year and what could be improved.

The NHS Staff Survey is the ideal way to share your thoughts, completely anonymously, so the CCG knows what it needs to do to support you.

This year’s national staff survey runs from Monday 5 October to Friday 27 November 2020. You’ll receive your email from Monday 5 October, so keep a look out for it.

This is your chance to have your say about your experiences of working here at the CCG over the last year… the good, the bad and the ugly!

What you say matters. In previous years, we’ve set up the Staff Partnership Group and introduced a Freedom to Speak Up Champion. While the pandemic has put a lot of what we had planned on hold, there are some things the CCG has introduced to support you:

  • The creation of a BAME network
  • Recruiting more Freedom to Speak Up Champions
  • Developed MindTools and its wealth of resources
  • The new provider for the Employee Assistance Programme, Vita Health Group
  • Implemented risk assessments for home working / new home working policy / flexible working policy to support you through the COVID restrictions
  • Working on the Time to Change pledge and action plan and starting to recruit mental health first aiders

Picker, an independent research charity, is managing the survey. Look out for your email from Monday. It will contain a link to the survey for you to complete. All survey responses are confidential.

If you have any concerns or queries, please contact our HR Business Partner Kamaljit Kaur.

One response to “Have your say in this year’s annual NHS Staff Survey”

  1. Steve Gale says:

    Where’s the staff survey link?

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