FSCB Employee Survey Results 2021

Descriptive Statistics

SCOPE OF THE FSCB ASSESSMENT IN 2021

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employees sent the Survey

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survey responses

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firms surveyed

DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS

FSCB SURVEY 2021 RESPONSES, BY BUSINESS AREA

BSB SURVEY 2021 RESPONSES, BY BUSINESS AREA

RESPONSES BREAKDOWN BY DEMOGRAPHIC

How many years have you been with your organisation?
How many years have you been with your organisation?
What is your employment status?
What is your employment status?
Do you have line management responsibilities?
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Are you subject to the Senior Managers or Certification Regime?
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Is your role customer facing/front office?
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What is your ethnic group? Choose one option that best describes your ethnic group or background.
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What best describes your gender?
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Do you have any physical or mental health conditions or illnesses lasting or expected to last 12 months or more?
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Does your condition or illnessdo any of your conditions or illnesses reduce your ability to carry-out day-to-day activities?
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What was the occupation of your main household earner when you were aged about 14?
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Which age bracket do you fall under?
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What best describes your sexual orientation?
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What is your religion?
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RESPONSES – BREAKDOWN BY LOCATION

responses – breakdown by location 2021

Note: Channel Islands/Isle of Man 1%

ORDINAL LOGISTIC REGRESSION

The graphic presents the results of an ordinal logistic regression of the 2021 Survey data. This shows how important one attribute (the ‘variable’) is relative to another (the ‘base attribute’) in explaining how different questions are answered across the respondent population (e.g. by gender, business area, tenure etc.). Green circles indicate that possessing a particular attribute (e.g. having a tenure of less than 1 year) positively influences answers to a given question in a statistically significant way, compared to someone with the base attribute (which in this example would be a tenure of 3 to 7 years). Red circles, conversely, indicate that having a particular attribute negatively influences the response to that question. The size of the circles indicate the strength of the influen2019ce of the attribute concerned. For the purposes of this analysis negatively phrased questions in the Survey are reversed, so that for every question – whether positively or negatively phrased – a green circle represents a more favourable response for the variable attribute relative to the base.

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Note: Firm-specific effects are controlled for but not presented here.

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