Joe Davidson from the Washington Post reports that the Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey has been released by OPM. The survey is conducted annually to learn how feds feel about their workplace. The post reports that over 266,000 federal employees completed the agreement. The Post reports:
To take a deeper dive into one aspect of the survey, we looked at how employees rated their agencies in four key categories: leadership and knowledge management, results-oriented performance culture, talent management and job satisfaction.
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission, which regularly scores high on employee surveys, topped the list in each of the four categories. The Federal Trade Commission and NASA also did well in each of the categories. Close behind were the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, the State Department, the Office of Personnel Management and the National Credit Union Administration.
Take a look at the full report here.
Did you participate in the survey this year? Do the survey results reflect what your perceptions where of the federal government?
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