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Public Service Employee Survey


The 2014 Public Service Employee Survey is now underway!

Spanning the week of August 25th, survey invitations will be sent to employees of participating departments and agencies in the federal public service. The last day to submit the 2014 Public Service Employee Survey is Friday, September 26th.

Tell us what you think by completing the survey! It only takes 15–20 minutes to complete.

View the Frequently Asked Questions for more information.

If you haven't received a survey invitation by Wednesday, September 3rd, please contact SOS@statcan.gc.ca.

The Public Service Employee Survey has been conducted every three years since 1999. It provides employees the opportunity to voice their opinions on their leadership, workforce and work environment. It is conducted by Statistics Canada on behalf of the Office of the Chief Human Resources Officer.

Employee surveys are recognized as an organizational best practice to help engage employees and ensure an efficient and effective workplace. It is important to have reliable information on the state of the public service and the organizations that make it up. Ongoing surveys, such as the Public Service Employee Survey, help identify opportunities to optimize excellence in people management, innovation and productivity.