Voluntary sector staff are being invited to give their views on working life in the sixth annual Charity Pulse survey, run by Third Sector and Birdsong Charity Consulting, which opens today.
The poll is carried out to build a picture of what it is like to work in the voluntary sector. It covers areas including morale, work-life balance, people management and the impact of the economic downturn.
Last year’s survey showed that less than half of charity employees thought their pay was competitive.
But it also showed an increase in the percentage of staff who felt they got useful feedback on their performance and who felt empowered to take decisions.
Participants in the survey can choose to be entered into a prize draw for the chance to win a coaching session with Birdsong, or complete the survey anonymously.
To take part in the 10-minute survey, click here.