With the aim of generating insights that prompt leaders to take action, VPSC is commencing a series of short research pieces focusing on specific workforce issues drawn from the PMS 2016 responses.
The 2016 survey was conducted during May-June. Over 62,000 staff employed by 177 public sector organisations participated in the survey, achieving an overall response rate of 35 per cent.
The proportion of public sector executives who are women has been increasing steadily over time.
This data insight focuses on ways that organisations can improve the working lives of employees who have a disability and so promote more inclusive and productive workplaces.
This data insight looks at employee engagement across the Victorian public sector, including levels of engagement, how employees feel about their organisations and key drivers of engagement.
This data insight provides an overview of bullying in the public sector, including who experiences it, the impact it has and the positive benefits of organisations responding well.
This data insight considers employee perceptions of diversity and inclusiveness in the public sector. It has a specific focus on gender, sexual orientation and disability.
Our first Insight looks at perceptions of diversity and inclusion.