2022/2023 Public Service Employee Survey Results

2022/2023 Public Service Employee Survey Results The Public Service Employee Survey provides information to help improve people management practices in the federal public service. Departments and agencies will be able to identify their areas of strength and concern related to topics such as: employee engagement, anti-racism, equity and inclusion and workplace well-being. The survey results track progress over time to help develop and refine action plans. Employees are given an opportunity to share their experiences to help improve the quality of the federal workplace. Better people management leads to better results for the public service and Canadians. Statistics Canada administered the 2022/2023 Public Service Employee Survey in partnership with the Office of the Chief Human Resources Officer, Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat. 189,584 employees in 90 federal departments and agencies responded to the 2022/2023 Public Service Employee Survey, for a response rate of 53%. 2024-01-12 Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat pses-saff@tbs-sct.gc.ca Government and PoliticsPublic Service Employee SurveyPSES 2022/2023Public Service Employee Survey2022/2023 PSES 2022_2023 PSES Employment Equity Derived Variable Dataset (Dept 0-35)CSV https://www.canada.ca/content/dam/tbs-sct/documents/datasets/pses-2022-23/2022_2023_PSES_EEinfoDV_LEVEL1ID_0_to_35_SAFF_2022_2023_EEinfoDV_LEVELID_0_a_35.csv 2022 PSES Employment Equity Derived Variable Dataset (Dept 0, 36 to 95)CSV https://www.canada.ca/content/dam/tbs-sct/documents/datasets/pses-2022-23/2022_2023_PSES_EEinfoDV_LEVEL1I_0_36_to_95_SAFF_2022_2023__EEinfoDV_LEVEL1I_Dept_0_et_36-95.csv 2022_2023 PSES Employment Equity Derived Variable TablesXLSX https://www.canada.ca/content/dam/tbs-sct/documents/datasets/pses-2022-23/2022%C2%AD_2023_PSES_Results%20Tables_2022_2023_SAFF_tableaux_de_r%C3%A9sultats.xlsx

The Public Service Employee Survey provides information to help improve people management practices in the federal public service. Departments and agencies will be able to identify their areas of strength and concern related to topics such as: employee engagement, anti-racism, equity and inclusion and workplace well-being. The survey results track progress over time to help develop and refine action plans. Employees are given an opportunity to share their experiences to help improve the quality of the federal workplace. Better people management leads to better results for the public service and Canadians.

Statistics Canada administered the 2022/2023 Public Service Employee Survey in partnership with the Office of the Chief Human Resources Officer, Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat. 189,584 employees in 90 federal departments and agencies responded to the 2022/2023 Public Service Employee Survey, for a response rate of 53%.

  • Publisher - Current Organization Name: Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat
  • Publisher - Organization Section Name: Office of the Chief Human Resources Officer
  • Licence: Open Government Licence - Canada

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