2014 Public Service Employee Survey Results by Theme for Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB)

The results of the 2014 Public Service Employee Survey (PSES) are presented by key people management themes (i.e., employee engagement, leadership, workforce, workplace).

Note: Due to rounding, percentages may not add to 100. Results have been adjusted for non-response to better represent the target population. Therefore, percentages should not be used to determine the number of respondents within a response category.

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Employee Engagement

Question 11. I get a sense of satisfaction from my work.

Survey year Organization Strongly agree
(%)
Somewhat agree
(%)
Neither agree nor disagree
(%)
Somewhat disagree
(%)
Strongly disagree
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 30 44 12 9 5 0 0 74 14 181850
2014 Public Safety Canada 28 39 12 12 10 0 0 66 22 768
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 21 45 9 18 7 0 0 66 25 115
2011 Public Service 35 41 11 8 5 0 0 76 13 200583
2011 Public Safety Canada 32 40 12 9 7 0 0 72 16 867
2008 Public Service 35 42 11 8 4 0 0 77 12 168072
2008 Public Safety Canada 33 41 11 8 7 0 0 74 15 766

Question 14. I am willing to put in the extra effort to get the job done.

Survey year Organization Strongly agree
(%)
Somewhat agree
(%)
Neither agree nor disagree
(%)
Somewhat disagree
(%)
Strongly disagree
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 66 27 4 1 1 0 0 93 2 181841
2014 Public Safety Canada 70 22 4 3 2 0 0 92 5 768
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 65 29 2 3 1 0 0 94 4 115
2011 Public Service 65 28 4 1 1 0 0 94 2 200727
2011 Public Safety Canada 73 22 3 1 0 0 0 96 1 867

Question 15. I am proud of the work that I do.

Survey year Organization Strongly agree
(%)
Somewhat agree
(%)
Neither agree nor disagree
(%)
Somewhat disagree
(%)
Strongly disagree
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 59 29 8 2 2 0 0 88 4 181719
2014 Public Safety Canada 56 27 10 3 3 1 0 84 6 767
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 52 36 6 2 4 0 0 88 6 115
2011 Public Service 58 31 7 2 1 0 0 89 4 200656
2011 Public Safety Canada 55 31 10 2 2 0 0 86 4 870

Question 19. Overall, I like my job.

Survey year Organization Strongly agree
(%)
Somewhat agree
(%)
Neither agree nor disagree
(%)
Somewhat disagree
(%)
Strongly disagree
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 39 40 11 6 4 0 0 79 9 181673
2014 Public Safety Canada 32 37 14 9 8 0 0 69 17 767
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 28 39 12 15 6 0 0 67 21 115
2011 Public Service 41 41 9 6 3 0 0 82 9 200825
2011 Public Safety Canada 38 40 9 8 4 0 0 79 11 869
2008 Public Service 41 42 8 6 3 0 0 84 8 168963
2008 Public Safety Canada 39 42 7 9 3 0 0 81 12 774

Question 58. I would recommend my department or agency as a great place to work.

Survey year Organization Strongly agree
(%)
Somewhat agree
(%)
Neither agree nor disagree
(%)
Somewhat disagree
(%)
Strongly disagree
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 28 35 17 11 8 1 0 63 19 180897
2014 Public Safety Canada 15 31 18 18 18 1 0 46 36 767
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 11 31 19 21 17 1 0 43 38 115
2011 Public Service 28 35 18 10 7 1 0 64 17 198741
2011 Public Safety Canada 22 33 20 12 12 1 0 56 24 859

Question 59. I am satisfied with my department or agency.

Survey year Organization Strongly agree
(%)
Somewhat agree
(%)
Neither agree nor disagree
(%)
Somewhat disagree
(%)
Strongly disagree
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 27 36 17 12 7 0 0 64 20 180844
2014 Public Safety Canada 17 33 16 19 15 0 0 50 35 767
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 13 31 17 22 16 0 0 44 38 115
2011 Public Service 27 38 17 11 7 0 0 65 18 198568
2011 Public Safety Canada 24 40 15 11 10 1 0 64 21 860
2008 Public Service 28 40 14 11 6 0 0 68 18 164994
2008 Public Safety Canada 22 35 18 14 11 1 0 57 25 759

Question 60. I would prefer to remain with my department or agency, even if a comparable job was available elsewhere in the federal public service.

Survey year Organization Strongly agree
(%)
Somewhat agree
(%)
Neither agree nor disagree
(%)
Somewhat disagree
(%)
Strongly disagree
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 28 26 19 13 10 4 1 57 24 180861
2014 Public Safety Canada 18 21 19 16 22 5 0 41 40 767
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 17 19 17 17 23 6 0 39 43 115
2011 Public Service 29 27 17 12 10 5 1 59 23 198679
2011 Public Safety Canada 25 28 16 12 14 5 1 55 27 860
2008 Public Service 27 29 17 13 9 5 1 60 23 164965
2008 Public Safety Canada 20 25 18 18 13 5 1 48 33 758
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Leadership

Immediate Supervisor

Question 31. I can count on my immediate supervisor to keep his or her promises.

Survey year Organization Strongly agree
(%)
Somewhat agree
(%)
Neither agree nor disagree
(%)
Somewhat disagree
(%)
Strongly disagree
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 42 31 12 7 5 2 1 75 12 181447
2014 Public Safety Canada 43 27 11 8 8 2 1 72 16 767
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 37 28 11 13 7 5 0 68 21 115
2011 Public Service 40 32 13 8 5 2 1 74 13 199843
2011 Public Safety Canada 41 30 12 8 7 2 1 73 15 866
2008 Public Service 38 31 12 8 7 3 1 72 15 166751
2008 Public Safety Canada 43 26 9 9 8 4 1 73 17 767

Question 32. My immediate supervisor keeps me informed about the issues affecting my work.

Survey year Organization Strongly agree
(%)
Somewhat agree
(%)
Neither agree nor disagree
(%)
Somewhat disagree
(%)
Strongly disagree
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 40 34 11 9 6 1 0 75 15 181437
2014 Public Safety Canada 41 29 10 11 9 0 0 71 20 767
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 40 30 8 12 10 0 1 70 22 115
2011 Public Service 38 35 11 10 6 1 0 73 16 199709
2011 Public Safety Canada 40 32 9 11 8 0 0 72 19 866
2008 Public Service 36 34 11 10 8 1 0 71 18 166684
2008 Public Safety Canada 38 31 9 11 10 1 1 70 21 767

Question 36. I am satisfied with the quality of supervision I receive.

Survey year Organization Strongly agree
(%)
Somewhat agree
(%)
Neither agree nor disagree
(%)
Somewhat disagree
(%)
Strongly disagree
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 46 30 11 7 6 0 0 77 13 181293
2014 Public Safety Canada 43 29 10 7 11 0 0 72 18 765
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 36 30 12 10 11 0 0 67 21 115

Senior Management

Question 39. Senior managers in my department or agency lead by example in ethical behaviour.

Survey year Organization Strongly agree
(%)
Somewhat agree
(%)
Neither agree nor disagree
(%)
Somewhat disagree
(%)
Strongly disagree
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 24 32 17 10 8 8 0 62 20 181131
2014 Public Safety Canada 14 30 18 15 14 9 0 49 31 767
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 14 32 21 17 8 8 1 50 27 115
2011 Public Service 22 31 19 11 9 7 1 58 22 199170
2011 Public Safety Canada 26 28 19 10 10 7 0 58 21 861

Question 40. I have confidence in the senior management of my department or agency.

Survey year Organization Strongly agree
(%)
Somewhat agree
(%)
Neither agree nor disagree
(%)
Somewhat disagree
(%)
Strongly disagree
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 21 31 19 15 12 3 0 53 27 181126
2014 Public Safety Canada 13 29 19 19 17 2 0 44 37 765
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 11 29 18 24 15 3 0 41 40 115
2011 Public Service 19 31 19 14 13 3 0 52 28 199021
2011 Public Safety Canada 24 31 18 11 13 2 0 57 25 858
2008 Public Service 21 33 18 14 12 3 0 55 27 165557
2008 Public Safety Canada 18 31 16 18 14 4 0 51 33 754

Question 41. Senior management in my department or agency makes effective and timely decisions.

Survey year Organization Strongly agree
(%)
Somewhat agree
(%)
Neither agree nor disagree
(%)
Somewhat disagree
(%)
Strongly disagree
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 14 28 21 18 13 5 0 45 33 181064
2014 Public Safety Canada 9 26 18 23 19 5 0 37 44 766
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 7 21 17 32 18 5 0 29 53 115
2011 Public Service 11 31 21 19 12 6 0 45 33 198979
2011 Public Safety Canada 15 34 17 17 11 4 0 52 30 861
2008 Public Service 11 31 20 20 13 6 0 44 35 165317
2008 Public Safety Canada 9 27 18 23 15 7 0 40 41 757

Question 42. I believe that senior management will try to resolve concerns raised in this survey.

Survey year Organization Strongly agree
(%)
Somewhat agree
(%)
Neither agree nor disagree
(%)
Somewhat disagree
(%)
Strongly disagree
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 17 26 19 15 16 7 0 46 34 181094
2014 Public Safety Canada 12 28 19 17 18 6 0 42 37 767
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 9 28 18 22 17 6 0 39 41 115
2011 Public Service 15 29 18 16 15 7 0 47 33 198990
2011 Public Safety Canada 19 32 16 14 13 6 0 55 28 860
2008 Public Service 14 29 18 16 15 8 0 47 33 165352
2008 Public Safety Canada 11 25 16 19 18 10 0 40 42 758

Question 43. Essential information flows effectively from senior management to staff.

Survey year Organization Strongly agree
(%)
Somewhat agree
(%)
Neither agree nor disagree
(%)
Somewhat disagree
(%)
Strongly disagree
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 14 31 18 19 14 3 0 47 34 181026
2014 Public Safety Canada 8 29 17 24 20 3 0 38 45 767
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 6 31 11 29 21 2 0 38 50 115
2011 Public Service 13 33 18 20 14 3 0 48 34 198810
2011 Public Safety Canada 15 33 18 18 14 2 0 50 32 860
2008 Public Service 14 36 16 20 12 2 0 51 33 165141
2008 Public Safety Canada 14 30 15 24 15 3 0 44 40 757

Question 44. I have access to senior management in my department or agency.

Survey year Organization Strongly agree
(%)
Somewhat agree
(%)
Neither agree nor disagree
(%)
Somewhat disagree
(%)
Strongly disagree
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 24 32 17 13 10 4 1 58 24 180926
2014 Public Safety Canada 20 32 16 16 13 3 1 53 30 767
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 13 37 15 24 8 3 0 52 32 115
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Workforce

Performance Management

Question 12. I receive meaningful recognition for work well done.

Survey year Organization Strongly agree
(%)
Somewhat agree
(%)
Neither agree nor disagree
(%)
Somewhat disagree
(%)
Strongly disagree
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 21 35 17 15 11 0 0 57 26 181788
2014 Public Safety Canada 22 32 16 15 14 0 0 55 29 768
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 17 37 11 20 15 0 0 54 35 115
2011 Public Service 21 37 16 14 11 0 0 59 25 200784
2011 Public Safety Canada 25 37 14 13 10 0 0 62 24 867

Question 28. In my work unit, unsatisfactory employee performance is managed effectively.

Survey year Organization Strongly agree
(%)
Somewhat agree
(%)
Neither agree nor disagree
(%)
Somewhat disagree
(%)
Strongly disagree
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 11 22 19 18 15 13 2 38 40 181465
2014 Public Safety Canada 13 24 19 14 15 13 3 43 35 767
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 6 22 16 14 23 17 3 35 45 115

Question 30. I receive useful feedback from my immediate supervisor on my job performance.

Survey year Organization Strongly agree
(%)
Somewhat agree
(%)
Neither agree nor disagree
(%)
Somewhat disagree
(%)
Strongly disagree
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 36 36 12 9 6 1 0 72 15 181472
2014 Public Safety Canada 39 31 10 10 9 1 0 71 19 767
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 30 37 7 14 10 2 0 68 25 115
2011 Public Service 33 37 13 10 7 1 0 70 17 199910
2011 Public Safety Canada 36 34 11 11 7 0 1 71 18 867
2008 Public Service 31 36 13 11 9 1 1 67 20 166756
2008 Public Safety Canada 34 33 11 11 10 1 1 68 21 767

Question 34. My immediate supervisor assesses my work against identified goals and objectives.  

Survey year Organization Strongly agree
(%)
Somewhat agree
(%)
Neither agree nor disagree
(%)
Somewhat disagree
(%)
Strongly disagree
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 41 34 12 5 4 4 1 79 9 181344
2014 Public Safety Canada 42 29 13 6 5 4 1 75 11 767
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 35 31 12 8 4 9 1 73 13 115
2011 Public Service 39 32 13 6 5 4 1 75 11 199531
2011 Public Safety Canada 42 29 12 7 5 3 3 75 13 864
2008 Public Service 36 31 13 7 6 6 1 73 13 166386
2008 Public Safety Canada 36 26 14 8 8 5 2 67 17 766

Question 38. I receive the support I need from senior management to address unsatisfactory performance issues in my work unit. (Question asked only to supervisors)

Survey year Organization Strongly agree
(%)
Somewhat agree
(%)
Neither agree nor disagree
(%)
Somewhat disagree
(%)
Strongly disagree
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 25 36 15 10 6 3 5 66 18 40406
2014 Public Safety Canada 26 31 12 11 7 4 9 65 21 230
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 15 26 18 22 7 4 7 46 33 27

Staffing

Question 26. In my work unit, I believe that we hire people who can do the job.

Survey year Organization Strongly agree
(%)
Somewhat agree
(%)
Neither agree nor disagree
(%)
Somewhat disagree
(%)
Strongly disagree
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 25 39 13 14 7 2 1 66 21 181522
2014 Public Safety Canada 32 35 12 12 7 1 1 68 19 767
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 30 37 13 11 8 0 2 67 19 115
2011 Public Service 26 37 13 14 8 2 1 65 22 199928
2011 Public Safety Canada 36 37 9 9 6 1 1 75 16 868
2008 Public Service 26 37 12 14 8 2 1 65 22 166238
2008 Public Safety Canada 35 37 11 10 5 1 1 74 15 765

Question 27. In my work unit, the process of selecting a person for a position is done fairly.

Survey year Organization Strongly agree
(%)
Somewhat agree
(%)
Neither agree nor disagree
(%)
Somewhat disagree
(%)
Strongly disagree
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 24 28 16 13 10 7 1 57 26 181494
2014 Public Safety Canada 32 25 13 13 10 6 1 61 25 766
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 28 31 10 11 10 8 2 65 24 115
2011 Public Service 26 27 15 13 11 6 1 58 26 199730
2011 Public Safety Canada 38 24 11 11 9 6 1 67 21 866
2008 Public Service 27 28 14 13 11 7 1 59 25 166166
2008 Public Safety Canada 37 28 11 8 7 8 1 71 17 765

Job Fit and Development

Question 5. I get the training I need to do my job.

Survey year Organization Strongly agree
(%)
Somewhat agree
(%)
Neither agree nor disagree
(%)
Somewhat disagree
(%)
Strongly disagree
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 24 39 12 16 9 0 0 63 25 181873
2014 Public Safety Canada 24 38 12 18 9 0 1 62 26 768
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 23 37 15 19 5 0 1 61 24 115
2011 Public Service 27 41 12 12 6 0 1 69 19 200240
2011 Public Safety Canada 26 36 14 14 8 0 1 63 22 865
2008 Public Service 25 42 13 13 7 0 1 68 20 168332
2008 Public Safety Canada 26 37 14 13 7 0 2 64 21 773

Question 6. My job is a good fit with my interests.

Survey year Organization Strongly agree
(%)
Somewhat agree
(%)
Neither agree nor disagree
(%)
Somewhat disagree
(%)
Strongly disagree
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 39 39 11 7 4 0 0 78 11 181902
2014 Public Safety Canada 37 36 11 9 7 0 0 74 16 768
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 36 37 8 16 3 0 0 73 19 115
2011 Public Service 42 36 11 6 4 0 0 79 10 200728
2011 Public Safety Canada 43 36 8 8 5 0 0 79 13 869
2008 Public Service 38 41 11 7 4 0 0 79 10 169105
2008 Public Safety Canada 41 35 11 9 5 0 0 76 13 774

Question 7. My job is a good fit with my skills.

Survey year Organization Strongly agree
(%)
Somewhat agree
(%)
Neither agree nor disagree
(%)
Somewhat disagree
(%)
Strongly disagree
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 44 38 8 6 3 0 0 82 10 181804
2014 Public Safety Canada 42 37 8 7 6 0 0 79 13 767
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 40 42 5 8 5 0 0 82 13 115
2011 Public Service 45 39 7 5 3 0 0 84 8 200298
2011 Public Safety Canada 47 37 7 5 4 0 0 83 9 869
2008 Public Service 43 42 7 5 3 0 0 85 8 168403
2008 Public Safety Canada 45 38 8 4 5 0 0 83 9 772

Question 53. My department or agency does a good job of supporting employee career development.

Survey year Organization Strongly agree
(%)
Somewhat agree
(%)
Neither agree nor disagree
(%)
Somewhat disagree
(%)
Strongly disagree
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 19 31 17 16 13 3 1 52 30 180900
2014 Public Safety Canada 15 27 16 18 21 3 0 43 40 765
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 15 26 15 23 21 1 0 41 44 115
2011 Public Service 21 33 17 15 12 2 0 55 27 200253
2011 Public Safety Canada 21 32 14 16 14 2 1 54 31 865
2008 Public Service 19 35 17 15 11 2 0 56 27 168004
2008 Public Safety Canada 21 34 17 15 11 2 0 57 26 772

Question 54. I believe I have opportunities for promotion within my department or agency, given my education, skills and experience.

Survey year Organization Strongly agree
(%)
Somewhat agree
(%)
Neither agree nor disagree
(%)
Somewhat disagree
(%)
Strongly disagree
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 16 25 15 18 22 2 2 42 42 180943
2014 Public Safety Canada 11 19 11 23 32 2 2 31 57 767
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 7 19 12 24 35 2 1 27 61 115
2011 Public Service 15 27 15 18 21 2 2 44 40 200219
2011 Public Safety Canada 15 24 17 17 23 1 2 41 42 867
2008 Public Service 17 32 14 16 17 2 2 51 35 167751
2008 Public Safety Canada 20 31 15 13 15 3 3 54 30 768

Empowerment

Question 16. I have opportunities to provide input into decisions that affect my work.

Survey year Organization Strongly agree
(%)
Somewhat agree
(%)
Neither agree nor disagree
(%)
Somewhat disagree
(%)
Strongly disagree
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 21 40 14 14 10 0 0 62 25 181784
2014 Public Safety Canada 24 39 12 13 11 0 0 63 25 767
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 14 44 13 14 15 0 1 58 29 115
2011 Public Service 28 39 13 12 8 0 0 68 20 200493
2011 Public Safety Canada 32 39 10 12 6 1 0 72 18 871

Question 17. I am encouraged to be innovative or to take initiative in my work.

Survey year Organization Strongly agree
(%)
Somewhat agree
(%)
Neither agree nor disagree
(%)
Somewhat disagree
(%)
Strongly disagree
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 27 36 16 12 9 0 0 63 21 181760
2014 Public Safety Canada 30 33 13 12 11 0 0 64 23 766
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 24 37 13 13 13 0 0 61 26 115

Question 18. I have support at work to provide a high level of service.

Survey year Organization Strongly agree
(%)
Somewhat agree
(%)
Neither agree nor disagree
(%)
Somewhat disagree
(%)
Strongly disagree
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 28 38 16 11 7 0 0 66 18 181718
2014 Public Safety Canada 29 34 14 13 9 0 0 63 22 767
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 24 37 12 17 9 1 0 61 26 115
2011 Public Service 34 40 13 8 4 1 0 75 12 199885
2011 Public Safety Canada 38 36 11 9 4 1 1 76 13 868

Work-life Balance and Workload

Question 9. I have support at work to balance my work and personal life.

Survey year Organization Strongly agree
(%)
Somewhat agree
(%)
Neither agree nor disagree
(%)
Somewhat disagree
(%)
Strongly disagree
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 36 34 12 10 7 0 1 71 16 181787
2014 Public Safety Canada 32 34 11 11 11 0 0 67 22 767
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 13 39 12 22 12 1 1 53 35 115
2011 Public Service 38 36 11 9 6 0 1 75 14 200742
2011 Public Safety Canada 36 37 12 8 6 0 1 74 14 869

Question 10. I feel I can claim overtime compensation (in money or in leave) for the overtime hours that I work.

Survey year Organization Strongly agree
(%)
Somewhat agree
(%)
Neither agree nor disagree
(%)
Somewhat disagree
(%)
Strongly disagree
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 30 24 11 11 13 2 10 61 27 181828
2014 Public Safety Canada 30 21 8 15 13 2 11 59 32 768
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 13 20 9 23 26 2 8 36 54 115
2011 Public Service 31 24 10 11 13 2 10 62 27 200707
2011 Public Safety Canada 29 22 10 15 12 1 11 58 30 870
2008 Public Service 34 24 9 11 12 2 9 65 25 168919
2008 Public Safety Canada 35 22 9 10 11 2 11 66 24 774

Question 20. I can complete my assigned workload during my regular working hours.

Survey year Organization Always/ Almost always
(%)
Often
(%)
Sometimes
(%)
Rarely
(%)
Never/ Almost never
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 35 34 18 7 5 0 1 70 12 181779
2014 Public Safety Canada 28 34 19 11 9 0 1 62 20 766
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 24 27 19 15 15 0 0 51 30 114
2011 Public Service 33 34 18 8 5 0 1 69 13 200574
2011 Public Safety Canada 28 39 18 9 5 0 1 68 14 867
2008 Public Service 28 35 20 10 6 0 1 64 16 168835
2008 Public Safety Canada 27 33 20 10 9 0 1 61 20 773

Question 35. Subject to operational requirements, my immediate supervisor supports the use of flexible work arrangements (e.g., flexible hours, compressed workweeks, telework).

Survey year Organization Strongly agree
(%)
Somewhat agree
(%)
Neither agree nor disagree
(%)
Somewhat disagree
(%)
Strongly disagree
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 47 23 9 5 6 3 6 78 13 181389
2014 Public Safety Canada 38 18 11 8 9 6 9 67 20 767
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 31 21 11 14 10 7 5 59 28 115
2011 Public Service 44 26 9 7 8 2 4 75 15 200634
2011 Public Safety Canada 34 24 11 9 10 4 7 65 22 870

Mobility and Retention

Question 61. Do you intend to leave your current position in the next two years?

Survey year Organization Yes
(%)
No
(%)
Not Sure
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 26 40 34 180859
2014 Public Safety Canada 51 18 30 766
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 49 17 34 115
2011 Public Service 27 42 31 198979
2011 Public Safety Canada 48 21 31 860

Question 62. Please indicate your reason for leaving.
(Question asked only to employees who answered "Yes" to question 61)

Survey year Organization To retire
(%)
To pursue another position within my department or agency
(%)
To pursue a position in another department or agency
(%)
To pursue a position outside the federal public service
(%)
Other
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 18 32 30 10 11 47681
2014 Public Safety Canada 5 17 63 7 8 395
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 9 32 43 9 7 56
2011 Public Service 19 32 31 8 10 53795
2011 Public Safety Canada 8 21 55 6 11 410
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Workplace

Organizational Goals

Question 13. I know how my work contributes to the achievement of my department’s or agency’s goals.

Survey year Organization Strongly agree
(%)
Somewhat agree
(%)
Neither agree nor disagree
(%)
Somewhat disagree
(%)
Strongly disagree
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 38 40 12 6 4 1 0 79 10 181765
2014 Public Safety Canada 36 36 11 10 5 0 0 73 16 767
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 38 31 12 14 4 0 0 70 18 115
2011 Public Service 37 42 11 6 3 1 0 80 9 200734
2011 Public Safety Canada 38 40 11 7 4 1 0 78 10 868
2008 Public Service 42 39 10 5 3 1 0 82 8 168871
2008 Public Safety Canada 39 38 11 7 5 1 0 78 11 774

Question 45. My department or agency does a good job of communicating its vision, mission and goals.

Survey year Organization Strongly agree
(%)
Somewhat agree
(%)
Neither agree nor disagree
(%)
Somewhat disagree
(%)
Strongly disagree
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 24 40 18 10 6 2 0 65 16 181189
2014 Public Safety Canada 23 39 19 11 6 2 0 63 18 767
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 22 38 24 10 5 1 0 60 15 115
2011 Public Service 24 42 17 10 6 2 0 67 16 199395
2011 Public Safety Canada 43 36 10 6 3 1 1 81 9 861

Question 46. My department or agency reviews and evaluates the progress towards meeting its goals and objectives.

Survey year Organization Strongly agree
(%)
Somewhat agree
(%)
Neither agree nor disagree
(%)
Somewhat disagree
(%)
Strongly disagree
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 21 36 21 8 5 9 0 62 15 181045
2014 Public Safety Canada 17 36 21 12 5 9 0 58 19 765
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 15 34 27 10 5 9 0 54 16 114
2011 Public Service 21 38 19 9 4 8 0 65 14 199244
2011 Public Safety Canada 31 38 13 6 3 7 1 75 10 862

Organizational Performance

Question 21a. I feel that the quality of my work suffers because of... constantly changing priorities.

Survey year Organization Always/ Almost always
(%)
Often
(%)
Sometimes
(%)
Rarely
(%)
Never/ Almost never
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 12 28 36 16 7 1 2 23 40 181277
2014 Public Safety Canada 16 26 37 15 5 1 1 20 43 767
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 12 34 35 12 6 0 1 18 47 115
2011 Public Service 12 27 34 16 7 1 2 24 40 199952
2011 Public Safety Canada 13 24 35 18 6 1 2 25 38 865
2008 Public Service 12 29 35 16 6 1 2 23 41 168383
2008 Public Safety Canada 14 30 35 15 5 0 1 20 45 771

Question 21b. I feel that the quality of my work suffers because of... lack of stability in my department or agency.

Survey year Organization Always/ Almost always
(%)
Often
(%)
Sometimes
(%)
Rarely
(%)
Never/ Almost never
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 13 22 29 20 11 2 3 32 37 181116
2014 Public Safety Canada 22 27 27 13 8 2 1 21 50 766
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 18 31 28 16 5 2 0 21 50 115
2011 Public Service 12 20 28 21 12 2 3 35 34 199740
2011 Public Safety Canada 17 16 26 24 14 2 3 39 34 868
2008 Public Service 12 22 29 21 11 2 3 34 35 168088
2008 Public Safety Canada 20 26 27 14 8 3 2 24 48 767

Question 21c. I feel that the quality of my work suffers because of... too many approval stages.

Survey year Organization Always/ Almost always
(%)
Often
(%)
Sometimes
(%)
Rarely
(%)
Never/ Almost never
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 21 25 27 14 7 2 3 23 48 181132
2014 Public Safety Canada 29 27 26 11 4 1 2 15 58 767
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 40 30 16 8 3 3 2 11 73 115
2011 Public Service 18 24 28 15 8 2 4 25 45 199696
2011 Public Safety Canada 23 27 27 14 5 1 3 20 52 864
2008 Public Service 17 24 30 17 8 2 3 25 43 168077
2008 Public Safety Canada 27 28 24 12 5 2 3 18 57 772

Question 21d. I feel that the quality of my work suffers because of... unreasonable deadlines.

Survey year Organization Always/ Almost always
(%)
Often
(%)
Sometimes
(%)
Rarely
(%)
Never/ Almost never
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 9 17 33 25 12 1 3 38 27 180699
2014 Public Safety Canada 17 25 32 17 7 1 1 24 43 767
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 25 32 26 11 4 0 1 16 58 115
2011 Public Service 9 17 32 25 12 1 4 38 28 199449
2011 Public Safety Canada 14 22 34 20 8 1 2 28 37 868
2008 Public Service 9 18 33 25 11 1 3 38 28 168000
2008 Public Safety Canada 16 25 30 20 7 0 2 28 42 770

Question 21e. I feel that the quality of my work suffers because of... having to do the same or more work, but with fewer resources.

Survey year Organization Always/ Almost always
(%)
Often
(%)
Sometimes
(%)
Rarely
(%)
Never/ Almost never
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 21 25 27 15 9 1 3 24 48 181145
2014 Public Safety Canada 31 27 22 12 6 1 1 18 59 767
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 36 31 14 12 7 1 0 19 67 115
2011 Public Service 18 24 28 16 9 1 3 27 44 199874
2011 Public Safety Canada 22 24 26 16 8 1 3 25 48 866
2008 Public Service 16 24 28 18 10 1 3 29 42 168023
2008 Public Safety Canada 18 23 27 18 9 1 3 28 43 770

Question 21f. I feel that the quality of my work suffers because of... high staff turnover.

Survey year Organization Always/ Almost always
(%)
Often
(%)
Sometimes
(%)
Rarely
(%)
Never/ Almost never
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 11 18 27 24 13 3 5 40 31 181040
2014 Public Safety Canada 17 21 31 17 9 1 3 27 40 765
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 9 19 36 24 6 3 3 32 30 115
2011 Public Service 11 18 27 23 14 3 5 40 31 199570
2011 Public Safety Canada 15 19 26 24 10 3 4 36 36 866
2008 Public Service 14 22 27 20 11 2 4 33 38 168198
2008 Public Safety Canada 24 26 27 12 6 2 3 20 52 771

Question 21g. I feel that the quality of my work suffers because of... overly complicated or unnecessary business processes.

Survey year Organization Always/ Almost always
(%)
Often
(%)
Sometimes
(%)
Rarely
(%)
Never/ Almost never
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 18 24 31 14 8 2 3 23 44 181146
2014 Public Safety Canada 27 25 28 12 6 1 1 18 53 766
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 36 30 21 6 3 2 2 10 68 115

Respectful Workplace

Question 22. I have positive working relationships with my co-workers.

Survey year Organization Strongly agree
(%)
Somewhat agree
(%)
Neither agree nor disagree
(%)
Somewhat disagree
(%)
Strongly disagree
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 60 33 4 2 1 0 0 94 3 181603
2014 Public Safety Canada 62 30 5 2 1 0 0 92 3 767
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 59 31 6 3 1 0 0 90 3 115
2011 Public Service 61 33 4 2 1 0 0 94 3 200094
2011 Public Safety Canada 65 29 3 2 1 0 0 94 2 865

Question 25. In my work unit, every individual is accepted as an equal member of the team.

Survey year Organization Strongly agree
(%)
Somewhat agree
(%)
Neither agree nor disagree
(%)
Somewhat disagree
(%)
Strongly disagree
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 41 30 10 10 7 1 0 73 18 181550
2014 Public Safety Canada 40 26 10 13 10 1 0 67 23 767
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 30 26 11 18 14 1 0 56 32 115

Question 29. In my work unit, individuals behave in a respectful manner.

Survey year Organization Strongly agree
(%)
Somewhat agree
(%)
Neither agree nor disagree
(%)
Somewhat disagree
(%)
Strongly disagree
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 39 40 9 8 3 0 0 80 11 181417
2014 Public Safety Canada 43 33 9 10 5 0 0 76 15 767
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 35 36 9 12 8 1 0 71 20 115

Question 55. My department or agency implements activities and practices that support a diverse workplace.

Survey year Organization Strongly agree
(%)
Somewhat agree
(%)
Neither agree nor disagree
(%)
Somewhat disagree
(%)
Strongly disagree
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 40 35 14 4 3 4 1 79 7 180799
2014 Public Safety Canada 33 32 19 4 3 8 0 72 7 765
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 29 37 22 4 3 6 0 70 7 115

Question 56. I think that my department or agency respects individual differences (e.g., culture, work styles, ideas).

Survey year Organization Strongly agree
(%)
Somewhat agree
(%)
Neither agree nor disagree
(%)
Somewhat disagree
(%)
Strongly disagree
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 38 37 13 6 3 3 0 78 9 180874
2014 Public Safety Canada 30 36 17 7 5 4 0 70 13 767
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 22 42 18 11 4 3 0 65 16 115
2011 Public Service 31 39 16 7 5 3 0 72 12 198890
2011 Public Safety Canada 28 40 15 7 5 4 0 71 12 859

Question 57. Overall, my department or agency treats me with respect.

Survey year Organization Strongly agree
(%)
Somewhat agree
(%)
Neither agree nor disagree
(%)
Somewhat disagree
(%)
Strongly disagree
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 42 37 11 6 4 0 0 79 10 180763
2014 Public Safety Canada 35 36 14 8 6 1 0 72 14 767
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 31 37 18 7 6 0 0 69 13 115
2011 Public Service 37 39 12 7 5 0 0 76 12 198622
2011 Public Safety Canada 37 38 12 6 6 0 1 76 12 861
2008 Public Service 33 40 12 8 5 0 0 74 13 165113
2008 Public Safety Canada 33 38 11 9 7 1 0 72 17 756

Ethical Workplace

Question 24. I am satisfied with how interpersonal issues are resolved in my work unit.

Survey year Organization Strongly agree
(%)
Somewhat agree
(%)
Neither agree nor disagree
(%)
Somewhat disagree
(%)
Strongly disagree
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 28 32 15 10 8 4 3 64 20 181579
2014 Public Safety Canada 29 31 13 11 10 3 3 64 22 767
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 22 31 10 12 14 7 4 60 29 115

Question 47. Employees in my department or agency carry out their duties in the public's interest.

Survey year Organization Strongly agree
(%)
Somewhat agree
(%)
Neither agree nor disagree
(%)
Somewhat disagree
(%)
Strongly disagree
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 38 41 11 4 2 3 1 82 6 180996
2014 Public Safety Canada 34 38 14 6 2 6 0 77 9 767
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 33 40 14 4 4 3 1 76 9 115
2011 Public Service 35 40 13 5 2 3 1 78 8 199266
2011 Public Safety Canada 39 34 12 5 3 6 1 78 9 861

Question 48. If I am faced with an ethical dilemma or a conflict between values in the workplace, I know where I can go for help in resolving the situation.

Survey year Organization Strongly agree
(%)
Somewhat agree
(%)
Neither agree nor disagree
(%)
Somewhat disagree
(%)
Strongly disagree
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 36 37 11 7 4 3 1 77 12 181015
2014 Public Safety Canada 31 34 13 11 6 4 1 69 18 767
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 24 42 15 6 8 5 1 69 15 115
2011 Public Service 35 36 12 8 5 4 1 74 14 199168
2011 Public Safety Canada 33 32 13 9 6 5 2 70 16 857
2008 Public Service 31 36 12 10 7 4 1 70 17 165770
2008 Public Safety Canada 29 34 12 11 8 6 1 67 20 761

Question 49. Discussions about values and ethics occur in my workplace.

Survey year Organization Strongly agree
(%)
Somewhat agree
(%)
Neither agree nor disagree
(%)
Somewhat disagree
(%)
Strongly disagree
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 24 34 20 10 6 5 1 62 18 180998
2014 Public Safety Canada 22 34 19 13 6 5 1 59 20 767
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 19 36 21 13 8 3 0 57 22 115
2011 Public Service 19 35 21 12 7 5 1 57 20 199149
2011 Public Safety Canada 18 32 19 14 9 5 2 55 24 860

Question 50. I feel I can initiate a formal recourse process (e.g., grievance, complaint, appeal) without fear of reprisal.

Survey year Organization Strongly agree
(%)
Somewhat agree
(%)
Neither agree nor disagree
(%)
Somewhat disagree
(%)
Strongly disagree
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 16 24 18 16 15 9 2 45 35 180995
2014 Public Safety Canada 12 17 18 18 22 10 2 33 46 767
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 8 15 24 18 24 11 0 25 48 115
2011 Public Service 15 23 18 16 15 11 3 44 35 199244
2011 Public Safety Canada 13 16 19 15 19 13 6 35 42 860

Physical Environment and Equipment

Question 1. I have the materials and equipment I need to do my job.

Survey year Organization Strongly agree
(%)
Somewhat agree
(%)
Neither agree nor disagree
(%)
Somewhat disagree
(%)
Strongly disagree
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 32 47 5 11 5 0 0 78 16 181951
2014 Public Safety Canada 32 48 4 11 5 0 0 80 16 768
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 29 53 5 10 3 0 0 82 13 115
2011 Public Service 36 46 4 10 4 0 0 82 14 200936
2011 Public Safety Canada 37 44 4 12 3 0 0 82 15 869
2008 Public Service 36 46 4 9 4 0 0 82 13 169250
2008 Public Safety Canada 38 45 4 9 4 0 0 83 13 773

Question 4. My physical environment (e.g., office, workspace) is suitable for my job requirements.

Survey year Organization Strongly agree
(%)
Somewhat agree
(%)
Neither agree nor disagree
(%)
Somewhat disagree
(%)
Strongly disagree
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 40 35 7 11 7 0 0 75 18 181828
2014 Public Safety Canada 44 32 7 10 6 0 0 76 17 768
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 37 40 8 9 6 0 0 78 15 115
2011 Public Service 39 37 8 10 6 0 0 77 15 199738
2011 Public Safety Canada 45 33 7 10 5 0 0 79 14 864

Question 8. I have the information, training and equipment I need to ensure my health and safety at work.

Survey year Organization Strongly agree
(%)
Somewhat agree
(%)
Neither agree nor disagree
(%)
Somewhat disagree
(%)
Strongly disagree
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 42 38 9 7 3 0 0 80 11 181746
2014 Public Safety Canada 42 36 10 7 3 1 0 80 10 767
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 39 45 9 4 2 1 0 85 6 115

Use of Official Languages

Question 2. The material and tools provided for my work, including software and other automated tools, are available in the official language of my choice.

Survey year Organization Strongly agree
(%)
Somewhat agree
(%)
Neither agree nor disagree
(%)
Somewhat disagree
(%)
Strongly disagree
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 68 22 4 3 1 1 1 91 4 181921
2014 Public Safety Canada 66 23 5 3 2 1 1 90 5 768
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 71 20 6 0 1 1 1 93 1 115
2011 Public Service 71 20 4 3 1 1 1 92 4 200894
2011 Public Safety Canada 70 19 6 3 1 1 1 90 4 869
2008 Public Service 71 20 3 3 1 0 1 92 4 169051
2008 Public Safety Canada 70 21 4 4 2 0 0 91 5 771

Question 3. When I prepare written materials, including emails, I feel free to use the official language of my choice.

Survey year Organization Strongly agree
(%)
Somewhat agree
(%)
Neither agree nor disagree
(%)
Somewhat disagree
(%)
Strongly disagree
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 64 20 5 6 3 0 1 85 9 181861
2014 Public Safety Canada 64 18 5 8 4 0 0 82 13 768
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 68 18 4 7 3 0 0 86 10 115
2011 Public Service 66 18 5 6 3 0 2 86 9 200811
2011 Public Safety Canada 62 20 6 8 4 0 1 83 12 868
2008 Public Service 67 18 5 6 3 0 1 86 9 169106
2008 Public Safety Canada 60 22 5 8 5 0 1 82 13 774

Question 23. During meetings in my work unit, I feel free to use the official language of my choice.

Survey year Organization Strongly agree
(%)
Somewhat agree
(%)
Neither agree nor disagree
(%)
Somewhat disagree
(%)
Strongly disagree
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 70 15 5 4 3 0 3 88 6 181584
2014 Public Safety Canada 72 16 4 4 3 0 1 89 8 766
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 76 12 3 3 5 0 1 89 8 114
2011 Public Service 68 15 5 4 3 0 4 87 7 200015
2011 Public Safety Canada 69 16 6 5 2 0 2 87 8 862
2008 Public Service 66 14 5 4 4 1 7 86 9 167148
2008 Public Safety Canada 65 16 6 6 4 0 4 84 10 766

Question 33. When I communicate with my immediate supervisor, I feel free to use the official language of my choice.

Survey year Organization Strongly agree
(%)
Somewhat agree
(%)
Neither agree nor disagree
(%)
Somewhat disagree
(%)
Strongly disagree
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 77 12 4 2 2 0 3 93 4 181405
2014 Public Safety Canada 78 12 3 3 2 0 2 91 5 767
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 79 11 3 2 3 0 2 92 5 115
2011 Public Service 77 12 4 2 2 0 3 92 4 199764
2011 Public Safety Canada 74 14 5 3 3 0 1 89 6 865
2008 Public Service 78 8 3 2 3 0 6 92 5 166455
2008 Public Safety Canada 79 10 4 3 2 0 2 92 5 765

Question 51. During meetings in my department or agency, the chairpersons create an environment where I feel free to use the official language of my choice.

Survey year Organization Strongly agree
(%)
Somewhat agree
(%)
Neither agree nor disagree
(%)
Somewhat disagree
(%)
Strongly disagree
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 59 20 8 4 2 2 5 85 7 180951
2014 Public Safety Canada 54 29 8 5 3 1 1 84 7 766
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 53 37 3 3 3 0 2 91 5 115

Question 52. The training offered by my department or agency is available in the official language of my choice.

Survey year Organization Strongly agree
(%)
Somewhat agree
(%)
Neither agree nor disagree
(%)
Somewhat disagree
(%)
Strongly disagree
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 65 20 6 2 2 3 3 90 4 180921
2014 Public Safety Canada 64 24 5 2 1 2 2 91 3 767
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 64 24 3 2 2 3 3 94 4 115
2011 Public Service 67 19 6 2 1 2 3 90 4 200185
2011 Public Safety Canada 64 19 8 1 1 2 5 89 2 866
2008 Public Service 67 18 6 2 1 2 3 89 4 168297
2008 Public Safety Canada 62 19 8 2 1 3 5 87 4 773

Harassment

Harassment is normally a series of incidents, but it can be one severe incident that has a lasting impact on the individual.
Harassment is any improper conduct by an individual that is directed at and offensive to another individual in the workplace, including at any event or any location related to work, and that the individual knew or ought reasonably to have known would cause offence or harm. It comprises objectionable act(s), comment(s) or display(s) that demean, belittle, or cause personal humiliation or embarrassment, and any act of intimidation or threat. It also includes harassment within the meaning of the Canadian Human Rights Act (i.e., based on race, national or ethnic origin, colour, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, family status, disability, and pardoned conviction or suspended record).

Question 63. Having carefully read the definition of harassment, have you been the victim of harassment on the job in the past two years?

Survey year Organization Yes
(%)
No
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 19 81 180560
2014 Public Safety Canada 24 76 765
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 27 73 115

Question 64a. From whom did you experience harassment on the job? Co-workers
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of harassment (Q63))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 50 32448
2014 Public Safety Canada 42 183
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 42 31

Question 64b. From whom did you experience harassment on the job? Individuals with authority over me
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of harassment (Q63))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 63 32448
2014 Public Safety Canada 73 183
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 74 31

Question 64c. From whom did you experience harassment on the job? Individuals working for me
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of harassment (Q63))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 7 32448
2014 Public Safety Canada 9 183
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) Insufficient data

Question 64d. From whom did you experience harassment on the job? Individuals for whom I have a custodial responsibility (e.g., inmates, offenders, patients, detainees)
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of harassment (Q63))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 4 32448
2014 Public Safety Canada 0 183
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 0 31

Question 64e. From whom did you experience harassment on the job? Individuals from other departments or agencies
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of harassment (Q63))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 5 32448
2014 Public Safety Canada 7 183
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) Insufficient data

Question 64f. From whom did you experience harassment on the job? Members of the public (individuals or organizations)
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of harassment (Q63))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 9 32448
2014 Public Safety Canada Insufficient data
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 0 31

Question 64g. From whom did you experience harassment on the job? Other
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of harassment (Q63))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 4 32448
2014 Public Safety Canada 3 183
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) Insufficient data

Question 65a. Please indicate the nature of the harassment you experienced. Aggressive behaviour
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of harassment (Q63))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 40 32479
2014 Public Safety Canada 42 183
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 45 31

Question 65b. Please indicate the nature of the harassment you experienced. Excessive control
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of harassment (Q63))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 40 32479
2014 Public Safety Canada 50 183
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 55 31

Question 65c. Please indicate the nature of the harassment you experienced. Being excluded or being ignored
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of harassment (Q63))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 43 32479
2014 Public Safety Canada 46 183
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 52 31

Question 65d. Please indicate the nature of the harassment you experienced. Humiliation
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of harassment (Q63))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 40 32479
2014 Public Safety Canada 41 183
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 29 31

Question 65e. Please indicate the nature of the harassment you experienced. Interference with work or withholding resources
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of harassment (Q63))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 29 32479
2014 Public Safety Canada 41 183
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 45 31

Question 65f. Please indicate the nature of the harassment you experienced. Offensive remark
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of harassment (Q63))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 57 32479
2014 Public Safety Canada 54 183
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 55 31

Question 65g. Please indicate the nature of the harassment you experienced.  Personal attack
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of harassment (Q63))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 36 32479
2014 Public Safety Canada 33 183
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 29 31

Question 65h. Please indicate the nature of the harassment you experienced. Physical violence
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of harassment (Q63))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 2 32479
2014 Public Safety Canada 0 183
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 0 31

Question 65i. Please indicate the nature of the harassment you experienced. Sexual comment or gesture
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of harassment (Q63))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 9 32479
2014 Public Safety Canada 11 183
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) Insufficient data

Question 65j. Please indicate the nature of the harassment you experienced. Threat
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of harassment (Q63))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 13 32479
2014 Public Safety Canada 13 183
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) Insufficient data

Question 65k. Please indicate the nature of the harassment you experienced. Unfair treatment
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of harassment (Q63))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 46 32479
2014 Public Safety Canada 50 183
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 51 31

Question 65l. Please indicate the nature of the harassment you experienced. Yelling or shouting
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of harassment (Q63))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 29 32479
2014 Public Safety Canada 33 183
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 39 31

Question 65m. Please indicate the nature of the harassment you experienced. Other
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of harassment (Q63))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 14 32479
2014 Public Safety Canada 14 183
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) Insufficient data

Question 66a. What action(s) did you take to address the harassment you experienced? I discussed the matter with my supervisor or a senior manager.
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of harassment (Q63))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 51 32463
2014 Public Safety Canada 56 183
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 48 31

Question 66b. What action(s) did you take to address the harassment you experienced? I discussed the matter with the person(s) from whom I experienced the harassment.
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of harassment (Q63))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 30 32463
2014 Public Safety Canada 33 183
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 39 31

Question 66c. What action(s) did you take to address the harassment you experienced? I contacted a human resources advisor in my department or agency.
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of harassment (Q63))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 10 32463
2014 Public Safety Canada 13 183
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) Insufficient data

Question 66d. What action(s) did you take to address the harassment you experienced? I contacted my union representative.
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of harassment (Q63))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 21 32463
2014 Public Safety Canada 19 183
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 16 31

Question 66e. What action(s) did you take to address the harassment you experienced? I used an informal conflict resolution process.
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of harassment (Q63))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 12 32463
2014 Public Safety Canada 6 183
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) Insufficient data

Question 66f. What action(s) did you take to address the harassment you experienced? I filed a grievance or formal complaint.
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of harassment (Q63))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 7 32463
2014 Public Safety Canada 4 183
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) Insufficient data

Question 66g. What action(s) did you take to address the harassment you experienced? I resolved the matter informally on my own.
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of harassment (Q63))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 16 32463
2014 Public Safety Canada 18 183
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) Insufficient data

Question 66h. What action(s) did you take to address the harassment you experienced? Other
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of harassment (Q63))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 11 32463
2014 Public Safety Canada 10 183
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 16 31

Question 66i. What action(s) did you take to address the harassment you experienced? I took no action
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of harassment (Q63))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 25 32463
2014 Public Safety Canada 24 183
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 32 31

Question 67a. Why did you not file a grievance or a formal complaint about the harassment you experienced? The issue was resolved.
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of harassment (Q63) and that they did not file a grievance / formal complaint (Q66))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 13 30161
2014 Public Safety Canada 9 175
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) Insufficient data

Question 67b. Why did you not file a grievance or a formal complaint about the harassment you experienced? I did not think the incident was serious enough.
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of harassment (Q63) and that they did not file a grievance / formal complaint (Q66))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 16 30161
2014 Public Safety Canada 16 175
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 20 30

Question 67c. Why did you not file a grievance or a formal complaint about the harassment you experienced? The behaviour stopped.
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of harassment (Q63) and that they did not file a grievance / formal complaint (Q66))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 11 30161
2014 Public Safety Canada 11 175
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) Insufficient data

Question 67d. Why did you not file a grievance or a formal complaint about the harassment you experienced? The individual apologized.
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of harassment (Q63) and that they did not file a grievance / formal complaint (Q66))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 8 30161
2014 Public Safety Canada 6 175
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) Insufficient data

Question 67e. Why did you not file a grievance or a formal complaint about the harassment you experienced? Management intervened.
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of harassment (Q63) and that they did not file a grievance / formal complaint (Q66))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 10 30161
2014 Public Safety Canada 12 175
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) Insufficient data

Question 67f. Why did you not file a grievance or a formal complaint about the harassment you experienced? The individual left or changed jobs.
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of harassment (Q63) and that they did not file a grievance / formal complaint (Q66))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 10 30161
2014 Public Safety Canada 13 175
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 20 30

Question 67g. Why did you not file a grievance or a formal complaint about the harassment you experienced? I changed jobs.
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of harassment (Q63) and that they did not file a grievance / formal complaint (Q66))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 11 30161
2014 Public Safety Canada 8 175
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) Insufficient data

Question 67h. Why did you not file a grievance or a formal complaint about the harassment you experienced? I did not know what to do, where to go or whom to ask.
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of harassment (Q63) and that they did not file a grievance / formal complaint (Q66))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 8 30161
2014 Public Safety Canada 9 175
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) Insufficient data

Question 67i. Why did you not file a grievance or a formal complaint about the harassment you experienced? I was too distraught.
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of harassment (Q63) and that they did not file a grievance / formal complaint (Q66))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 11 30161
2014 Public Safety Canada 11 175
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) Insufficient data

Question 67j. Why did you not file a grievance or a formal complaint about the harassment you experienced? I had concerns about the formal complaint process (e.g., confidentiality, how long it would take).
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of harassment (Q63) and that they did not file a grievance / formal complaint (Q66))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 25 30161
2014 Public Safety Canada 34 175
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 40 30

Question 67k. Why did you not file a grievance or a formal complaint about the harassment you experienced? I was advised against filing a complaint.
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of harassment (Q63) and that they did not file a grievance / formal complaint (Q66))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 9 30161
2014 Public Safety Canada 9 175
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) Insufficient data

Question 67l. Why did you not file a grievance or a formal complaint about the harassment you experienced? I was afraid of reprisal ((e.g., having limited career advancement, being labelled a troublemaker).
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of harassment (Q63) and that they did not file a grievance / formal complaint (Q66))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 45 30161
2014 Public Safety Canada 53 175
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 56 30

Question 67m. Why did you not file a grievance or a formal complaint about the harassment you experienced? Someone threatened me.
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of harassment (Q63) and that they did not file a grievance / formal complaint (Q66))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 2 30161
2014 Public Safety Canada 3 175
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 0 30

Question 67n. Why did you not file a grievance or a formal complaint about the harassment you experienced? I did not believe it would make a difference.
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of harassment (Q63) and that they did not file a grievance / formal complaint (Q66))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 54 30161
2014 Public Safety Canada 63 175
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 63 30

Question 67o. Why did you not file a grievance or a formal complaint about the harassment you experienced? Other
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of harassment (Q63) and that they did not file a grievance / formal complaint (Q66))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 13 30161
2014 Public Safety Canada 12 175
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) Insufficient data

Question 68. I am satisfied with how matters related to harassment are resolved in my department or agency.

Survey year Organization Strongly agree
(%)
Somewhat agree
(%)
Neither agree nor disagree
(%)
Somewhat disagree
(%)
Strongly disagree
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 16 19 20 7 7 24 7 50 22 180780
2014 Public Safety Canada 10 16 17 10 10 28 7 41 32 766
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 5 13 18 11 10 37 5 32 38 115

Question 69. My department or agency works hard to create a workplace that prevents harassment.

Survey year Organization Strongly agree
(%)
Somewhat agree
(%)
Neither agree nor disagree
(%)
Somewhat disagree
(%)
Strongly disagree
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 26 30 19 7 6 11 1 64 14 180720
2014 Public Safety Canada 19 29 22 10 8 11 1 55 21 767
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 14 27 30 10 6 12 1 47 19 115
2011 Public Service 31 36 16 7 4 6 0 72 12 198422
2011 Public Safety Canada 23 30 19 8 6 13 1 62 16 859

Discrimination

Discrimination means treating someone differently or unfairly because of a personal characteristic or distinction, which, whether intentional or not, has an effect that imposes disadvantages not imposed on others, or that withholds or limits access that is given to others. There are 11 prohibited grounds of discrimination under the Canadian Human Rights Act: race, national or ethnic origin, colour, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, family status, disability, and pardoned conviction or suspended record.

Question 74. Having carefully read the definition of discrimination, have you been the victim of discrimination on the job in the past two years?

Survey year Organization Yes
(%)
No
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 8 92 180400
2014 Public Safety Canada 7 93 766
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 10 90 115

Question 75a. From whom did you experience discrimination on the job? Co-workers
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of discrimination (Q74))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 36 13828
2014 Public Safety Canada 38 55
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 50 12

Question 75b. From whom did you experience discrimination on the job? Individuals with authority over me
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of discrimination (Q74))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 80 13828
2014 Public Safety Canada 82 55
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 84 12

Question 75c. From whom did you experience discrimination on the job? Individuals working for me
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of discrimination (Q74))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 3 13828
2014 Public Safety Canada Insufficient data
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 0 12

Question 75d. From whom did you experience discrimination on the job? Individuals for whom I have a custodial responsibility
(e.g., inmates, offenders, patients, detainees) (Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of discrimination (Q74))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 3 13828
2014 Public Safety Canada 0 55
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 0 12

Question 75e. From whom did you experience discrimination on the job? Individuals from other departments or agencies
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of discrimination (Q74))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 7 13828
2014 Public Safety Canada Insufficient data
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) Insufficient data

Question 75f. From whom did you experience discrimination on the job? Members of the public (individuals or organizations)
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of discrimination (Q74))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 8 13828
2014 Public Safety Canada Insufficient data
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 0 12

Question 75g. From whom did you experience discrimination on the job? Other
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of discrimination (Q74))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 8 13828
2014 Public Safety Canada Insufficient data
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 0 12

Question 76a. Please indicate the type of discrimination you experienced. Race
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of discrimination (Q74))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 20 13822
2014 Public Safety Canada 17 55
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) Insufficient data

Question 76b. Please indicate the type of discrimination you experienced. National or ethnic origin
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of discrimination (Q74))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 17 13822
2014 Public Safety Canada 11 55
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) Insufficient data

Question 76c. Please indicate the type of discrimination you experienced. Colour
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of discrimination (Q74))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 12 13822
2014 Public Safety Canada 9 55
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) Insufficient data

Question 76d. Please indicate the type of discrimination you experienced. Religion
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of discrimination (Q74))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 5 13822
2014 Public Safety Canada Insufficient data
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) Insufficient data

Question 76e. Please indicate the type of discrimination you experienced. Age
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of discrimination (Q74))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 23 13822
2014 Public Safety Canada 44 55
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 58 12

Question 76f. Please indicate the type of discrimination you experienced. Sex
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of discrimination (Q74))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 24 13822
2014 Public Safety Canada 31 55
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 42 12

Question 76g. Please indicate the type of discrimination you experienced. Sexual orientation
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of discrimination (Q74))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 3 13822
2014 Public Safety Canada Insufficient data
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 0 12

Question 76h. Please indicate the type of discrimination you experienced. Marital status
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of discrimination (Q74))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 7 13822
2014 Public Safety Canada 9 55
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) Insufficient data

Question 76i. Please indicate the type of discrimination you experienced. Family status
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of discrimination (Q74))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 16 13822
2014 Public Safety Canada 25 55
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) Insufficient data

Question 76j. Please indicate the type of discrimination you experienced. Disability
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of discrimination (Q74))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 16 13822
2014 Public Safety Canada 11 55
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) Insufficient data

Question 76k. Please indicate the type of discrimination you experienced. Pardoned conviction or suspended record
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of discrimination (Q74))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 1 13822
2014 Public Safety Canada 0 55
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 0 12

Question 76l. Please indicate the type of discrimination you experienced. Other
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of discrimination (Q74))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 30 13822
2014 Public Safety Canada 37 55
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 0 12

Question 77a. What action(s) did you take to address the discrimination you experienced? I discussed the matter with my supervisor or a senior manager.
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of discrimination (Q74))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 29 13830
2014 Public Safety Canada 25 55
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) Insufficient data

Question 77b. What action(s) did you take to address the discrimination you experienced? I discussed the matter with the person(s) from whom I experienced the discrimination.
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of discrimination (Q74))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 16 13830
2014 Public Safety Canada 14 55
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) Insufficient data

Question 77c. What action(s) did you take to address the discrimination you experienced? I contacted a human resources advisor in my department or agency.
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of discrimination (Q74))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 6 13830
2014 Public Safety Canada 15 55
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) Insufficient data

Question 77d. What action(s) did you take to address the discrimination you experienced? I contacted my union representative.
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of discrimination (Q74))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 19 13830
2014 Public Safety Canada 23 55
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) Insufficient data

Question 77e. What action(s) did you take to address the discrimination you experienced? I used an informal conflict resolution process.
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of discrimination (Q74))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 6 13830
2014 Public Safety Canada Insufficient data
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 0 12

Question 77f. What action(s) did you take to address the discrimination you experienced? I filed a grievance or formal complaint.
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of discrimination (Q74))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 7 13830
2014 Public Safety Canada Insufficient data
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) Insufficient data

Question 77g. What action(s) did you take to address the discrimination you experienced? I resolved the matter informally on my own.
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of discrimination (Q74))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 9 13830
2014 Public Safety Canada 13 55
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) Insufficient data

Question 77h. What action(s) did you take to address the discrimination you experienced? Other
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of discrimination (Q74))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 9 13830
2014 Public Safety Canada 20 55
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) Insufficient data

Question 77i. What action(s) did you take to address the discrimination you experienced? I took no action
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of discrimination (Q74))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 48 13830
2014 Public Safety Canada 42 55
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) Insufficient data

Question 78a. Why did you not file a grievance or a formal complaint about the discrimination you experienced? The issue was resolved.
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of discrimination (Q74) and that they did not file a grievance / formal complaint (Q77))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 6 12831
2014 Public Safety Canada 0 51
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 0 11

Question 78b. Why did you not file a grievance or a formal complaint about the discrimination you experienced? I did not think the incident was serious enough.
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of discrimination (Q74) and that they did not file a grievance / formal complaint (Q77))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 11 12831
2014 Public Safety Canada Insufficient data
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 0 11

Question 78c. Why did you not file a grievance or a formal complaint about the discrimination you experienced? The behaviour stopped.
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of discrimination (Q74) and that they did not file a grievance / formal complaint (Q77))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 4 12831
2014 Public Safety Canada 0 51
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 0 11

Question 78d. Why did you not file a grievance or a formal complaint about the discrimination you experienced? The individual apologized.
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of discrimination (Q74) and that they did not file a grievance / formal complaint (Q77))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 3 12831
2014 Public Safety Canada 0 51
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 0 11

Question 78e. Why did you not file a grievance or a formal complaint about the discrimination you experienced? Management intervened.
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of discrimination (Q74) and that they did not file a grievance / formal complaint (Q77))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 3 12831
2014 Public Safety Canada Insufficient data
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 0 11

Question 78f. Why did you not file a grievance or a formal complaint about the discrimination you experienced? The individual left or changed jobs.
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of discrimination (Q74) and that they did not file a grievance / formal complaint (Q77))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 5 12831
2014 Public Safety Canada Insufficient data
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) Insufficient data

Question 78g. Why did you not file a grievance or a formal complaint about the discrimination you experienced? I changed jobs.
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of discrimination (Q74) and that they did not file a grievance / formal complaint (Q77))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 7 12831
2014 Public Safety Canada Insufficient data
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) Insufficient data

Question 78h. Why did you not file a grievance or a formal complaint about the discrimination you experienced? I did not know what to do, where to go or whom to ask.
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of discrimination (Q74) and that they did not file a grievance / formal complaint (Q77))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 9 12831
2014 Public Safety Canada Insufficient data
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 0 11

Question 78i. Why did you not file a grievance or a formal complaint about the discrimination you experienced? I was too distraught.
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of discrimination (Q74) and that they did not file a grievance / formal complaint (Q77))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 10 12831
2014 Public Safety Canada 14 51
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) Insufficient data

Question 78j. Why did you not file a grievance or a formal complaint about the discrimination you experienced? I had concerns about the formal complaint process (e.g., confidentiality, how long it would take).
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of discrimination (Q74) and that they did not file a grievance / formal complaint (Q77))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 23 12831
2014 Public Safety Canada 25 51
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) Insufficient data

Question 78k. Why did you not file a grievance or a formal complaint about the discrimination you experienced?  I was advised against filing a complaint.
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of discrimination (Q74) and that they did not file a grievance / formal complaint (Q77))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 9 12831
2014 Public Safety Canada 10 51
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) Insufficient data

Question 78l. Why did you not file a grievance or a formal complaint about the discrimination you experienced? I was afraid of reprisal ((e.g., having limited career advancement, being labelled a troublemaker).
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of discrimination (Q74) and that they did not file a grievance / formal complaint (Q77))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 44 12831
2014 Public Safety Canada 53 51
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 54 11

Question 78m. Why did you not file a grievance or a formal complaint about the discrimination you experienced? Someone threatened me.
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of discrimination (Q74) and that they did not file a grievance / formal complaint (Q77))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 2 12831
2014 Public Safety Canada Insufficient data
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 0 11

Question 78n. Why did you not file a grievance or a formal complaint about the discrimination you experienced? I did not believe it would make a difference.
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of discrimination (Q74) and that they did not file a grievance / formal complaint (Q77))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 65 12831
2014 Public Safety Canada 75 51
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 73 11

Question 78o. Why did you not file a grievance or a formal complaint about the discrimination you experienced? Other
(Question asked only to employees who indicated that they were a victim of discrimination (Q74) and that they did not file a grievance / formal complaint (Q77))

Survey year Organization
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 13 12831
2014 Public Safety Canada 12 51
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) Insufficient data

Question 79. I am satisfied with how matters related to discrimination are resolved in my department or agency.

Survey year Organization Strongly agree
(%)
Somewhat agree
(%)
Neither agree nor disagree
(%)
Somewhat disagree
(%)
Strongly disagree
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 17 18 21 4 3 31 7 55 11 180669
2014 Public Safety Canada 9 13 21 3 3 41 9 45 13 767
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 4 9 24 3 4 48 9 30 16 115

Question 80. My department or agency works hard to create a workplace that prevents discrimination.

Survey year Organization Strongly agree
(%)
Somewhat agree
(%)
Neither agree nor disagree
(%)
Somewhat disagree
(%)
Strongly disagree
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 28 30 18 4 3 15 2 70 9 180578
2014 Public Safety Canada 21 29 21 3 3 20 2 65 9 767
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 17 24 25 4 2 25 3 58 7 115
2011 Public Service 35 36 14 4 2 8 0 77 7 198306
2011 Public Safety Canada 27 31 18 4 2 18 0 71 7 853

Duty to Accommodate

The duty to accommodate refers to the employer’s obligation to eliminate disadvantages to employees, prospective employees or clients that result from a rule, practice or physical barrier that has or that may have an adverse impact on individuals or groups protected under the Canadian Human Rights Act or identified as a designated group under the Employment Equity Act. It applies to all grounds of discrimination covered by the Canadian Human Rights Act: race, national or ethnic origin, colour, religion, age, sex (including pregnancy and childbirth), sexual orientation, marital status, family status, disability, and pardoned conviction or suspended record. Employers must provide accommodation up to the point of undue hardship, taking into account essential job requirements.

Question 81. Having carefully read the definition above, have you requested measures to accommodate your needs in the workplace in the last two years?

Survey year Organization Yes
(%)
No
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 15 85 180286
2014 Public Safety Canada 15 85 766
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 17 83 115

Question 82. Were any measures taken to accommodate your needs?
(Question asked only to employees who requested measures to accommodate their needs (Q81))

Survey year Organization Yes
(%)
No
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 78 22 27355
2014 Public Safety Canada 75 25 119
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 79 21 19

Question 83. I am satisfied with the measures that were taken to accommodate my needs.
(Question asked only to employees who requested measures to accommodate their needs (Q81) and indicated that measures were taken (Q82))

Survey year Organization Strongly agree
(%)
Somewhat agree
(%)
Neither agree nor disagree
(%)
Somewhat disagree
(%)
Strongly disagree
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 50 32 6 7 4 0 0 83 11 21409
2014 Public Safety Canada 55 31 5 7 2 0 0 87 9 87
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 60 34 7 0 0 0 0 93 0 15

Labour Management Relations and Collective Agreements

Question 70. I am familiar with the provisions of my collective agreement.

Survey year Organization Strongly agree
(%)
Somewhat agree
(%)
Neither agree nor disagree
(%)
Somewhat disagree
(%)
Strongly disagree
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 26 50 10 5 2 2 5 81 8 180775
2014 Public Safety Canada 25 50 9 5 2 1 9 83 8 767
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 20 57 7 5 2 1 8 85 8 115
2011 Public Service 25 51 10 6 2 1 4 81 8 198482
2011 Public Safety Canada 24 48 9 6 3 1 10 80 10 856
2008 Public Service 25 49 10 7 3 2 5 79 10 165000
2008 Public Safety Canada 22 43 9 9 4 3 11 74 15 759

Question 71. The union-management consultation process has been effective in addressing issues in my workplace.

Survey year Organization Strongly agree
(%)
Somewhat agree
(%)
Neither agree nor disagree
(%)
Somewhat disagree
(%)
Strongly disagree
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 10 24 23 10 7 19 8 46 22 180722
2014 Public Safety Canada 6 14 23 7 6 32 13 37 22 767
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 2 11 27 6 5 37 11 25 22 115
2011 Public Service 10 26 23 10 6 18 6 48 22 198413
2011 Public Safety Canada 7 18 25 6 5 28 11 42 17 854

Question 72. My immediate supervisor understands and respects the provisions of my collective agreement.

Survey year Organization Strongly agree
(%)
Somewhat agree
(%)
Neither agree nor disagree
(%)
Somewhat disagree
(%)
Strongly disagree
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 35 34 12 4 2 8 5 79 7 180760
2014 Public Safety Canada 30 31 13 3 3 11 9 76 8 767
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 32 23 16 6 4 10 8 67 13 115
2011 Public Service 36 34 12 4 2 8 4 79 8 198530
2011 Public Safety Canada 32 27 13 5 3 10 9 73 11 856
2008 Public Service 33 36 12 4 2 8 5 79 7 164878
2008 Public Safety Canada 30 29 10 4 2 14 11 79 8 759

Question 73. Senior managers respect the provisions of my collective agreement.

Survey year Organization Strongly agree
(%)
Somewhat agree
(%)
Neither agree nor disagree
(%)
Somewhat disagree
(%)
Strongly disagree
(%)
Don't know
(%)
Not applicable
(%)
Positive answers
(%)
Negative answers
(%)
Total responses
2014 Public Service 27 32 15 6 4 11 5 70 12 180628
2014 Public Safety Canada 21 26 17 6 4 17 9 63 13 766
2014 Community Safety and Countering Crime Branch (CSCCB) 16 24 20 5 5 21 8 57 15 115
2011 Public Service 27 33 15 6 4 10 4 71 12 198183
2011 Public Safety Canada 25 28 16 6 4 14 8 67 13 856
2008 Public Service 29 34 13 8 5 7 5 71 14 165597
2008 Public Safety Canada 25 27 13 7 5 13 10 68 15 759