Magazine article Public Finance

Research Reveals Low Morale among Managers

Magazine article Public Finance

Research Reveals Low Morale among Managers

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Many public sector managers believe they are being prevented from doing their Jobs effectively because of red tape, a lack of resources and poor support from employers, according to the Chartered Management Institute.

Its study found widespread disillusionment among senior staff in the public services, who say they are not given the freedom to use their skills fully.

The complaint WBS most widespread among managers in education, where six out of ten say their skills are not properly utilised. In the health service, hatf of the managers say that is the case; the figure is 45% in local government.

Jo Causon, the CMI's director of corporate affairs, said: 'The ability to achieve their potential is clearly at the forrefront of individuals' minds. …

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