The results of the 2019 NHS Staff Survey have been published today (Wednesday 19 February) – with the East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust showing improvements in most areas.
Participation was 44.8% – up by almost 2% on the previous year – which represented 2,605 completed questionnaires.
Themes related to immediate managers, morale, safety culture, staff engagement and team working all saw higher scores – with the increase considered ‘statistically significant’ by the survey co-ordinators.
Nick Carver, chief executive of the trust, said: “The results show we are heading in the right direction, with signs of improvement in most areas.
“However I know there is always more to be done to make our trust an even better place to work. We will be working with our divisional staff forums and the Staff Experience Group to ensure voices continue to be heard and appropriate action plans are put in place to make improvements.”
To view the full results of the 2019 NHS Staff Survey please visit: nhsstaffsurveyresults.com/homepage/benchmark-directorate-reports-2019