Evidence of poor morale among staff at the Ministry of Justice has emerged from the civil service’s annual ‘people survey’. Among its findings is that staff at the ministry and its agencies have no confidence in decisions made by senior managers.
Only 32% of respondents would recommend the MoJ as ‘a great place to work’, only half are proud of the organisation and just 35% felt it inspired them to ‘do the best in my job’.
In the courts service, only 26% recommended HMCTS as a great place to work.
The MoJ received below-average scores for the civil service - lagging behind the cross-departmental average for all but five of the 64 questions.