Unhappy government employees may struggle to happily provide government services. But using feedback from OPM’s annual Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey (FEVS), agency leaders can better gauge their employees’ needs and concerns, and work to improve the organization accordingly. That can make a world of difference.
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Improved employee engagement can mean better morale, increased teamwork, and more collaboration and productivity at your agency.
We know that employee engagement is important, yet it still falls through the cracks in our workdays. There are two common challenges for our clients and within our own business.
To understand employee sentiment, it took managers weeks or even months to comb through FEVS data. So EVS ART was created, a tool to view FEVS scores in an actionable and targeted way.
As the season approaches for year-past reflections on progress and growth, the annual federal Chief Human Capital Officers (CHCO) Council public meeting forecasted a year ahead with room to grow in fostering a merit-based, nationally representative workforce.
Despite last winter’s record 35-day partial shutdown, many of the governmentwide survey’s results improved or remained steady from previous years.
The FEVS results portray the breadth of disruption wrought by a record 35-day budgetary impasse that stranded one-quarter of federal agencies without funding.
The National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK) developed a strategy to implement changes based on findings from the Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey.
Learn some common manager myths on teleworking and how managers can better embrace telework in their office.
Because millennials value both organizational mission and opportunities for personal and career development, agencies’ overall Employee Engagement Index scores can be a particularly useful measure to indicate where young people could feel most motivated and satisfied at work.