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What we heard from people using Workwise employment support services in 2023
This year’s “Are we working for you?” survey gathered feedback from people during March 2023. We wanted to hear directly from people so that we can improve our services and enable their voices to contribute to future developments.
This year we followed a new approach for our survey:
“My employment consultant gives me hope that I am a worthy person and will get a job”
“Workwise listened to what I would like to be and believed in my goals”
“I have felt safe in sharing information throughout the time with my employment consultant. My voice has always been heard and respected”
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The campaign ran for three weeks during March 2023. A total of 223 responses were received (80% online and 20% hard copy), with a response rate of 15%. This was a big increase on 2020 and 2021.
We also received great feedback and ideas about what we are doing well and what could be done better. It gives us a chance to see our work through the eyes of people using our services – and we have already started on actions we can take to make changes and improve our service.
Congratulations to the spot prize winners from Auckland, Waikato/Thames, Whanganui and Wellington! We sincerely appreciate all of the people who took the time to share their thoughts with us.
Download the PDF to read the full results.
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