Public Service Employee Survey
1999 - 2014
The primary objective of the survey is to obtain the views of all employees of the federal Public Service about their workplaces. The information will allow managers and employees to initiate concrete actions in their own department, and where warranted, across the Public Service.
|1999,2002,2005,2008,2011,2014||Public Service Employee Survey|
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Disability and workplace harassment and discrimination among Canadian federal public service employees
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