Charity Pulse survey closes on Friday

Interim results from the poll suggest that morale in the sector has improved from last year's all-time low

The Charity Pulse survey, which asks voluntary sector workers about their working environment, closes on Friday.

The survey is open to all charity workers and almost 600 have responded so far. It has been carried out annually since 2007 by Third Sector, in partnership with Birdsong Charity Consulting.

Frances Hurst, co-founder of Birdsong and one of the designers of the survey, said an interim analysis suggested that there were some slight improvements in sector morale. Last year’s report showed that morale was at its lowest since the survey began. 

"Sector workers were in a very low place last year," she said. "This year, morale is still quite low, but there are a few early suggestions that we might be over the very worst."

Charity employees can choose to participate anonymously or leave their details to be entered into a draw that has four free coaching sessions with Birdsong as the prize.

To take part in the survey, click here.

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