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Last chance to vote in hospice staff satisfaction survey

09 May 2018

Registration to take part in this year’s Birdsong Staff Satisfaction Survey closes this Friday.

The survey explores the issues that matter most to hospice staff, and a shorter version is available for hospice volunteers. Now in its tenth year, it has been put together by Hospice UK and Birdsong Charity Consulting  to provide hospices the opportunity to gather the opinions of their staff and volunteers.

After the survey has closed, each hospice is provided with a report that benchmarks their results against the other hospices that have taken part, along with a wider benchmark of UK charities.

If you would like your hospice to be part of the Birdsong Survey this year, you will need to register online by Friday 11 May. The survey itself will be open from  June 4 - July 13.

The core survey cost is the same as 2017: £300 + VAT. There are also lots of options for segmenting your survey data and adding open questions, at additional cost.

New this year is the opportunity to challenge your organisation a little more and measure your results against Birdsong’s Top Performers benchmark. This benchmark is based on the survey results of the top 40 (out of 200) performing Birdsong surveys of the last three years. The 40 sets of survey results making up this benchmark are from charities based around the UK with between 25 and 320 staff.

If you would like to find out more about this year’s survey, please email Frances Hurst or call her on 01462 790439

Alternatively, you can register online by visiting Birdsong and clicking on the Hospice Survey link.

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