Time to take part in this year's Charity Pulse survey

This will be the eleventh edition of the annual study of working life in the charity sector

Voluntary sector employees are being invited to take part in Charity Pulse, Third Sector’s annual study of what it is like to work for a charity.

The survey, which is carried out in conjunction with Birdsong Charity Consulting and is in its eleventh year, asks UK charity workers questions about areas such as their workload, job satisfaction and how they feel about their pay.

This year’s study includes a section on what charity workers feel about Brexit and the impact it might have on their organisations.

Participants can leave their details to have the chance to win three free coaching sessions with Birdsong or £100 of ethical shopping vouchers. The survey can also be completed anonymously.

Last year’s survey showed that staff satisfaction had been in long-term decline since 2007, when the study was first carried out, with no areas of the 2016 exercise scoring more positively than in 2007.

Frances Hurst, co-founder of Birdsong Charity Consulting, said: "We want to know how charity people are feeling about Brexit and the continuing uncertain environment.

"What do they think the impact of Brexit has been on their charity so far? What are their hopes and fears for 2017 and beyond?"

The survey will be open until 7 April and a final report will be available to download for free from Birdsong in the summer, with the results published by Third Sector.

To take part, click here.

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