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Ken,I bet HMRC management would love to control the internet to prevent sites like this allowing ordinary members of staff who simply want to serve the public to the best of their ability debate and voice their views.Something many probably cannot do inside without fear and threats.Well done.
Even mentioning this site at work can lead to disciplinary action as it did in my case.
Pacesetter award for Ken?
LOL:)Where do I apply?
Pacesetter award for Ken?+1
Our local management have not released the detail for our centre, but amalgamated with other centre's due to some rejigging that happened last year.But as to the results of the last people survey, they have not done a thing. I believe the centre manager was genuinely surprised that results this year were worse than last year judging by the rambling message accompanying the results. Absolute loon.As the thread title asks"The Problem with Surveys?I will answer thus.The management haven't a clue what the results mean!
take it from me that this site IS blocked on any Dept computer that has t'internet access......One look at the Dept propaganda sheet shows that the 'rose tinted - evrything is wonderful (and dont you forget it)' attitude is alive and well and exists in HMRC, so the lack of open and honest debate doesnt surprise anyone .....