Manitoba government employee survey shows fewer people satisfied with work

The deadline for the submissions is Friday, May 31.
The deadline for the submissions is Friday, May 31. Getty Images

A new survey says less than 40 per cent of Manitoba civil servants feel as though they are valued employees.

The 2018 employment engagement survey shows a significant decline in the number of people feeling satisfied with their departments and their work since the last survey in 2015.

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Many employees in the survey say government changes and job insecurity have taken a toll on office morale.

But some employees did say they were treated respectfully and were clear about ethics at work.

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Premier Brian Pallister says it’s important to listen to employees.

He says the survey shows more work needs to be done.

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