Last chance to take part in Charity Pulse survey

Sector staff have until this coming Friday to give their views on working conditions in charities, including the pay of chief executives

Give your views online
Give your views online

This week is the last chance for charity workers to make their voices heard about conditions across the sector. The Charity Pulse survey, which takes 10 minutes to complete, asks for views on work-life balance, pay and morale.

Preliminary results from the poll, which is run by Third Sector in conjunction with Birdsong Charity Consulting, suggest that morale among sector workers has risen after a few years of disappointing results.

For the first time, workers are being asked to share their views on the pay levels of senior staff, after months of debate in the press.

Participants can complete the survey anonymously or leave their details for a chance to win three coaching sessions with Birdsong.

The survey is open until this Friday, 11 April. To take part, visit

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