It is now eighteen months since the Treasury announced a series of cuts that would almost irreversibly alter the face of the UK public sector and its workforce.
Designed to radically shake up and reinvigorate the sector, the cuts were billed as the precursor to a new way of working in the public sector, streamlining departments and focusing leaders on results rather than targets.
Over the past year and a half Badenoch & Clark has carried out a series of studies with the prime intention of mapping the impact of the Comprehensive Spending Review upon UK public sector employees. Our research has shown that, during this short period of time, the cuts have had a distinctly negative impact upon working practices across the sector. A lack of strong leadership on a number of levels and extended working hours are two examples of the effects upon the public sector workplace according to those employees we surveyed.
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