Posted on 13 Dec 2013
It is recognised that working conditions affect worker well-being. An October 2013 Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development report identifies the overarching themes that have emerged during the last four years and examines whether employees are feeling under pressure, presenteeism (going to work when ill) and what organisations provide for employees in terms of support. The findings of the survey have highlighted some key areas for attention and particularly the need for employers to think more creatively about what they can offer to promote health and well-being.
As the demand on police officers grow and officer numbers reduce we want to understand the impact this has on our members and are therefore running this health and well being survey from 13th December 2013 to 13th February 2014.
We have incorporated the HSE Management Standards Indicator Tool into this survey - we need your feedback.
Your responses to the questions we are repeating one year on will help us determine our working conditions now, and enable us to monitor future improvements. In order for us to compare the current situation with past or future situations, it is important that your responses reflect your work in the last six months.
We will publish the results, comparing them with the December 2012/January 2013 survey results, and use them along with the 2013 Officer Safety survey results and the 2013 Workloads and Morale survey results to inform how we represent you in our statutory remit of Efficiency , Health, Safety and Welfare.
Please take part in the 2013/14 health and wellbeing survey. Click here.
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