APS Employee Census

Each year IP Australia employees are invited to participate in the annual Australian Public Service (APS) Employee Census (the Census). It helps us understand what's working well for our staff and what could be improved.

What is the APS Employee Census?

The APS Employee Census is an annual survey put out by the Australian Public Service Commission (APSC). It's used to gather confidential information from current employees about their experience working at our agency and the APS.

The Census covers:

  • Job satisfaction
  • Employee engagement
  • Health and wellbeing
  • Performance management
  • Leadership
  • General impressions of the APS.

Our results

We're proud of what makes IP Australia a great place to work and are committed to improving in areas where we could do better. We publish our results to share how our staff feel about working with us and to demonstrate our commitment to continuous improvement. 

You can view our APS Employee Census results below to find out what our employees think about working for us. 

All reporting is subject to strict privacy rules. See the privacy policy and participant information on the APSC website.

We appreciate the time and effort our staff put into completing the Census. We use the valuable insights to identify areas for improvement, inform our current and future workforce planning, and celebrate our successes. 

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