Employee Engagement is the extent to which individuals find their work meaningful and energizing and feel inspired, proud and attached to their organization and their work. 1
The Public Service Commission has administered the Prince Edward Island Employee Survey about every two years since 2008.
PSC is administering several short “pulse” surveys in 2021, 2022, and 2023 instead of the traditional 60 question survey. Pulse surveys are shorter in length and based on themes that provide useful information on several facets of engagement at a department level. The first one was focused on Mental Health and Wellness; the second was focused on Diversity and Inclusion. This third survey is unique in that its theme is centered around concepts of working remotely, flexible workplaces, and your experiences with leadership as a civil service employee. This is the final survey of a three-part pulse survey series to measure employee engagement within our public service.
By answering the questions in this survey, your department will be able to build on its strengths and address the challenges that you identify in your answers. Your feedback on your job and workplace will help Shape the Future of the Public Service: supporting the growth of the province through healthy, engaging, inclusive workplaces that we’re proud to contribute to.
The information from the survey provides department management teams with a great opportunity to meet with employees and discuss how to best respond to the findings.
Corporate Initiatives/ Response to Employee Engagement Results Diversity and Inclusion 2022
Corporate Initiatives/ Response to Employee Engagement Results Mental Health &Wellness 2021
Corporate Initiatives/ Response to Employee Engagement Results 2018
If you have questions about the Employee Engagement Survey, please contact your department HR manager.
1 Canadian Inter-jurisdictional Engagement Analytics Team, 2018; Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development.