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Staff Survey 2013 Detailed Spreadsheets

Key Findings

Click here to see scores for the 28 key findings, the overall engagement score, and response rate information for each trust who took part in the staff survey 2013.

Friends and Family Test

Click here to see scores for Q12d 'If a friend or relative needed treatment I would be happy with the standard of care provided by this organisation' for each acute & acute specialist trust who took part in the staff survey 2013. Scores are sorted into quartiles with the 4th quartile showing data for the top performers.

Question Level Data

To see question level data for each trust who took part in the Staff Survey 2013, select the appropriate questionnaire section below. The following data is in XLS spreadsheet format.

Training, learning and development

Q1 - Q2

Appraisals and team work

Q3 - Q4

Respect and value at work

Q5 - Q7

Job satisfaction

Q8 - Q9

Your managers and organisation

Q10 - Q12

Occupational health and safety

Q13 - Q16

Errors, near misses and incidents

Q17 - Q19

Violence, bullying and harassment

Q20 - Q23

Background

Q24 - Q32

Question Level Data (CSV)

Training, learning and development

Q1 - Q2

Appraisals and team work

Q3 - Q4

Respect and value at work

Q5 - Q7

Job satisfaction

Q8 - Q9

Your managers and organisation

Q10 - Q12

Occupational health and safety

Q13 - Q16

Errors, near misses and incidents

Q17 - Q19

Violence, bullying and harassment

Q20 - Q23

Background

Q24 - Q32

Supporting Document

A document "Making Sense of your Staff Survey Data", which details how the Key Findings are calculated is available to download here.

Should you have any questions, please contact the Staff Survey Co-ordination Centre.