Respondents were asked to reflect on their primary purpose of work and the types of work clustered around different activities.
We were interested in looking at whether the experience of being a manager influenced workforce wellbeing. 65% of respondents had line management responsibilities.
18% of respondents disclosed a disability, with 3% indicating they were awaiting a diagnosis.
15% of respondents shared their neurodiversity, with 2% indicating they were awaiting a diagnosis.
Race and ethnic origin
Class and socio-economic status
The measures that contribute to this are varied and we included a range in line with the government’s social mobility indicators.
Over 80% of respondents attended a state-run school, selective and non-selective. 11% attended fee paying schools, classed as independent or public schools. The remaining respondents attended school outside the UK.
Additional measures of class and socio-economic status were also included, and among respondents:
We also explored educational attainment. We acknowledge that we did not use the single most effective measure of class, which is: ‘At the age of 14, describe the sort of work the highest earner in your household did in their main job’. We will adopt this measure in future research.
Religion and belief
Other religions selected included Judaism, Hinduism, Buddhism, Jain, Sikhism and Spiritualism.