Achievements listed by the most recent.
Our very top-level scores on our annual Employee Attitude Survey (EAS) were very positive overall. Our engagement score has increased from 66% to 67%. We have maintained or improved our responses to Diversity related questions.
Following annual assessment the Met Office has met the required standard to retain the Two Tick Disability Symbol User status, which recognises the organisation's commitment to good practice in employing disabled people
Met Office moves up one place to fourth (out of 311) on Sitemorse assessment for our web site accessibility. Sitemorse regularly conducts surveys of public and corporate organisations. They survey sites based on function, accessibility, code quality, performance, email , metadata and PDFs. In their own words "Sitemorse offers independent, authoritative and accountable software to ensure the quality, compliance, performance, availability and compatibility of your web estate."
See the Met Office position and details on the Quarter 4 2012 results for UK Central Government.
Our very top-level scores on our annual Employee Attitude Survey (EAS) were very positive overall. The scores for all but one of the nine engagement driver themes in the survey have increased in the last year. Positive responses to Diversity related questions have also increased. The largest increase is in 'Leadership and Managing Change' (up 8%). This is where our scores have been quite challenging in recent years, so this progress is especially welcome.
Last updated: 6 March 2014