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Thank you for your request for information about the following:
EMPLOYER SURVEY 2023, Kindly provide a summary of the responses received incorporating all of the questions posed
You clarified your request as follows:
I can confirm that my request refers to the E-Mail communication issued seeking the views of employers on the service they receive from NHSBSA
For example, it asks about receipt and usefulness of the Employer Updates
Your clarified request was received on 24 August 2023 and I am dealing with it under the terms of the Freedom of Information Act 2000.
A copy of the information is attached. This is a summary report which incorporates the questions posed in the survey, along with the responses provided.
Please note that there are two questions that have been removed from the survey, The questions still appear in the report, but with no data. These questions appear on pages 4 and 8 of the PDF.
NHSBSA holds free-text responses for some of the questions asked in the survey. Respondents were advised before completing the survey that responses would remain confidential, and we believe that disclosing the responses which were typed in would be a breach of confidentiality. This information is therefore being withheld as it falls under the exemption in section 41(1) ‘Information provided in confidence’ of the Freedom of Information Act. The below web link sets out the exemption in full.
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