Toxic Workplace Survey Kenya (2021)

Toxic Workplace Survey Kenya (June 2021)

Toxic Workplace Survey: The purpose of this survey is to uncover the root causes and effects of toxic work environments for staff, management, and the organization as a whole. The final report will be freely available for download and shared on social media outlets. It will also be highlighted in our monthly newsletter, seen by thousands of youth across Africa.

If this sounds like something you would be interested in – start by filling out this initial 3-5 minute survey. Don’t worry – the information you submit will remain confidential and will not be shared without your expressed permission.


So, what’s in it for you or your organization? Why participate?

  1. Completing this survey will help us get you free access to psychosocial and legal support or advice.
  2. We will also personally email you a copy of the final report that will include the key findings as well as ways other people can get or offer help.
  3. The final report will ultimately help us uncover toxic workplace cultures and end the relentless demands on workers, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Published results will be aggregated and will not identify you individually or your responses. There is a section that allows you to share ideas on how you can get involved or get further help. Information shared will only be used generically for the report without identifying you in particular.

Your participation in this survey is completely voluntary and if you decide not to participate there will not be any negative consequences. You may decide not to answer any specific question and are allowed to skip or stop participating at any time by closing the page. If you decide not to participate or choose to withdraw, you will still get access to the final report.

After you’ve submitted the questionnaire, you’ll receive a confirmation email.

Our participant support team reviews submissions periodically and will reach out to you via the email provided if needed.

Fatuma’s Voice in partnership with Project Infinity Africa.

If you have questions about the survey or your rights and privacy as a participant, reach us via talk(at)fatumasvoice(dot)org


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