UK job satisfaction and worker wellbeing could be monitored annually

UK job satisfaction and worker wellbeing could be monitored annually

A new report has recommended that the Government should survey workers annually about their job security, wellbeing and employer support.

The Measuring Good Work Report’, led by the RSA and the Carnegie UK Trust, recommends that the Government should better monitor the quality of work in the UK, by including questions about feelings of purpose, pay and pressure in the annual Labour Force Survey.

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Comments (1)

  • Boris
    Tue, 11 Sep 2018 1:00pm BST
    The fact that we have the highest number of working hours in the EU, but the least productive kind of answers this doesn't it?
    I think it would be a good idea to gather the opinions of real workers, but are the government prepared for the answers? Would it make any difference? Mention of a four day week seems to have been largely ignored too.
    Is it a good idea, yes it is. Will it make a difference, unlikely but i'm hopeful.