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A new survey has revealed that around half the staff employed by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) have expressed their dissatisfaction over the way in which the organization is run. It was also found that unhappiness levels related to the ways of the FCA had deteriorated further compared with two years ago.
According to a Freedom of Information request from the Financial Times, just half of the 2,272 staff who responded to the survey said they held their employer in positive regard. When the same survey was conducted in 2014, 57% of those questioned said they regarded their employer in a positive light.
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