BBC internal survey finds that less than half of employees have trust in the executive team.


Just 44 per cent of BBC staff have confidence in executive at the corporation, according to an internal survey.

The staff survey was completed by 69% of all employees at the BBC also revealed low scores in areas such as pay, recruitment, and harassment.

The results show that 44 per cent of employees ‘have confidence in decisions made by the BBC executive team’ – up by 1% on the previous study in 2015.

95 per cent of survey participants believed they demonstrated the BBC values in the way they behaved at work – this drops to 53 per cent when asked if BBC executive team demonstrated the BBC values in the way they behave at work.

93 per cent of the participants asked said they felt proud to work for the BBC.