Take part in this year's Charity Pulse survey

In its 10th year, Third Sector's annual survey of working life in the charity sector is open until 8 April, and you could win coaching sessions or a £100 voucher

Work in the sector: tell us what it's like for you
Work in the sector: tell us what it's like for you

Voluntary sector workers are being reminded that it’s not too late to take part in Charity Pulse, Third Sector’s annual survey of what it is like to work for a charity.

The research, which is run in conjunction with Birdsong Charity Consulting and is in its 10th year, asks UK charity workers questions about their workloads, job satisfaction and how they feel about their pay.

This year’s survey, which takes about 10 minutes to complete, includes a section that focuses on the 10-year anniversary of Charity Pulse and asks participants what has become better or worse at their charity over the past decade.

Participants can leave their details to have the chance of winning three free coaching sessions with Birdsong or £100 of vouchers for the online retailer ethicalsuperstore.com. The survey can also be completed anonymously.

Last year’s survey found a fall in most of the key indicators, including morale and job satisfaction, with some hitting their lowest level since 2007.

One of the few bright spots in last year’s survey was that a slightly smaller proportion of respondents reported redundancies at their charities over the previous 12 months.

The survey will be open until 8 April and the final data will be available to download for free in the summer, alongside full analysis in Third Sector magazine.

To take part, click here.

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