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Police Staff Council - Earnings survey 2023

The survey was sent to police forces in England and Wales in order to inform on-going national negotiations by providing accurate and up to date information about the composition of the workforce and provide a means for costing claims, offers and their consequences.

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National summary report of the employer standards survey for registered social workers 2022/23

The employer standards survey, sometimes known as the ‘health check’, gives a voice to registered social workers, occupational therapists, and non-registered social care professionals and allows them to feel listened to and that their employer is proactive in tackling challenges. The purpose of the survey was to better understand a number of critical questions about their experiences.

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2022 Local Government Workforce Survey

The Local Government Workforce Survey provides information on key elements of the workforce within local authorities in England.

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The Standards for Employers of Social Workers - National Report Summary 2021

The Standards for Employers of Social Workers: National report summary 2021

The Employer Standards for Social Workers in England set out whole system approaches to help develop a working environment where social work practice and social workers can flourish.

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COVID-19 Workforce Survey, week ending 5 February 2021

This report is part of a series of bi-weekly surveys of all councils in England, Wales and Northern Ireland collecting key workforce data on how the sector is responding to COVID-19.

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COVID-19 Workforce Survey, week ending 8 January 2021

This report is part of a series of bi-weekly surveys of all councils in England, Wales and Northern Ireland collecting key workforce data on how the sector is responding to COVID-19.

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COVID-19 Workforce Survey, week ending 11 December 2020

This report is part of a series of bi-weekly surveys of all councils in England, Wales and Northern Ireland collecting key workforce data on how the sector is responding to COVID-19.

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COVID-19 Workforce survey research report, 8 September 2020 COVER

COVID-19 workforce survey research report, week ending 21 August 2020

This report is part of a series of bi-weekly surveys of all councils in England, Wales and Northern Ireland collecting key workforce data on how the local government sector is responding to COVID-19.

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COVID-19 workforce survey research report, week ending 26 June 2020

This is report is part of a series of bi-weekly surveys of all councils in England, Wales and Northern Ireland collecting key workforce data on how the sector is responding to COVID-19.

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COVID-19 workforce survey research report, week ending 29 May 2020

This is report is part of a series of bi-weekly surveys of all councils in England, Wales and Northern Ireland collecting key workforce data on how the sector is responding to COVID-19.

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