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Please complete a short survey to help drive change in our sector

HCF Training and Development has been commissioned by Hertfordshire County Council Adult Social Services to conduct a survey to evaluate the voluntary sector workforce in Hertfordshire. Our simple survey aims to find out more about the people who work in charities, what they do and how this has changed in response to COVID-19. We are capturing this at an organisational and individual level.

Whether you are completing this on behalf of your organisation, or as a paid worker or volunteer, the more who participate, the better the data quality of the results.



The closing date for completing the survey is Friday 24 June 2022.. There is a prize draw for the chance to win a voucher of your choosing (£50 for the individual survey and £100 for the organisation survey) when you complete the survey. Good luck!

Thank you in advance for your time and support.

How this survey will benefit you:

  • Build a workforce picture that will help us all drive change and improve strategic planning

  • Give organisations a benchmark to compare themselves to in the local sector

  • Identify the workforce, what you do and how this has changed due to COVID-19

  • See how inclusion and minority groups are represented across the sector

  • Identify any issues across the sector, e.g. recruitment difficulties, high staff turnover rates, staff morale and so much more

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