The CIPD, in partnership with the Healthcare People Management Association (HPMA), commissioned YouGov to conduct a survey of employees working in the healthcare sector in the UK to find out their attitudes to working in the sector, the values in National Health Service organisations, trust within the health service, and culture change to improve patient care in the NHS.
The report, Employee Outlook: focus on culture change and patient care in the NHS, reinforces the message that ultimately what will improve patient care outcomes is a change in behaviour and organisational culture. This will depend on renewed clarity over organisational purpose and values, improved leadership from the top down to the front line to ensure that values are effectively role-modelled, greater engagement and consultation with employees and confidence among staff that they can challenge if they see something wrong. This is an HR agenda and presents a real opportunity for those in the HR profession to make a difference.
View more information about Employee Outlook
Download the report below
Tackling barriers to work today whilst creating inclusive workplaces of tomorrow.
Discover our practice guidance and recommendations to tackle bullying and harassment in the workplace.
A look at the role of trust in supervisor–employee relationships, and how employee monitoring may undermine this
Explores the role people professionals play in applying ethical values to organisational practice
Explore our resources to resolve ethical dilemmas and gain the trust of key stakeholders.
Our research explores employer and employee perspectives of flexible and hybrid working practices and asks whether organisations are doing enough to meet employee demand
This report looks at the role of immigration in the context of the post-Brexit skills challenges
Exploring the effective provision and help that employers can offer their people
This quarterly survey is one of the most authoritative employment indicators in the UK and provides forward-looking labour market data and analysis on employers’ recruitment, redundancy and pay intentions