Jobsgopublic and the PPMA are constantly working with employers across the UK to help them provide the best possible experiences for candidates and employees. 

To help us do this, we are always looking to hear about your experiences. 

Please take a few minutes to complete this short survey - at the end you will have the opportunity to enter a prize draw to win a £100 Amazon voucher. 

Any personal details you provide will be used solely for the purpose of competition entry and will not be passed on to any third parties.
How old are you?

Where are you based?

What is your employment status?

How would you rate your job satisfaction?

Have you considered moving jobs as a result?

Why not?

What could your organisation do to improve the situation?

How did you get your last promotion?

How long have you been at your current organisation?

How many positions have you held during this time?

Do you consider yourself to be:

Are you looking for:

What motivates you?

What benefits are most important to you?

Do you feel that you still have opportunities to train and develop new skills?

Would you be interested in taking on a mentoring role?

Do you prefer:

Do you welcome younger people in your team?

Would you say that there is generational tension in your organisation?

Is flexible working important to you?

Would you welcome the opportunity to hot desk?

Would you welcome the opportunity to work from home?

Do you feel that you make a difference at your organisation?

Do you feel that your skills are fully utilised?

Do you currently work in the public sector?

Have you ever worked in the public sector?

What were your reasons for leaving?

Which areas of the public sector do you/have you worked in?

Obviously the public sector is undergoing significant change, do you welcome change?

Do you consider the change to be positive?

Would you recommend a career in the public sector?

Why not?

How would you summarise the public sector in three words?

Do you attend networking events?

Do you see value in networking events?

In five years time, do you expect to be:

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