Employee satisfaction is a key component of high-performing organizations. Across our federal government, agencies face demanding goals and calls for greater efficiency. Your agency needs an engaged and committed workforce to meet these challenges. On this page, you will learn about services the Partnership offers to assist agencies in becoming or remaining a best place to work.
Contact Monica Linhardt at (202) 464-2692 or email@example.com for more information.
If you represent an agency or subcomponent that participates in the Best Places to Work rankings, you can download our official Best Places to Work award badge for use on your website. Please link the award badge back to http://bestplacestowork.org so your site visitors can learn more about your organization and the rankings.
If you have questions about the use of the award badge, please contact us.
Receive guidance to master the Best Places to Work data and use it to focus attention and limited resources on specific action areas. We:
The creation of an engaged, productive workforce does not happen by accident. Successful agencies have a well thought out plan. Yet, it can be difficult to know where to begin, and harder still to tackle it alone. Partnership experts are available. We will guide your agency through every aspect of improving organizational culture and support you in every phase of the process. We provide:
In resource-constrained times, it can be challenging to find means to motivate employees. Appreciation is a powerful low or no-cost tool to motivate and engage the workforce. For the greatest impact, it is critical that appreciation is expressed in ways that are meaningful to the recipient. We offer trainings and workshops designed to improve supervisors and teams’ ability to motivate through appreciation.
Request a free briefing on the Best Places to Work results for your agency, including the results of our report, “Ten Years of the Best Places to Work in the Federal Government® Rankings: How Six Federal Agencies Improved Employee Satisfaction and Commitment”. The one-hour agenda includes:
This two-day training program offers participants a hands-on approach to action planning designed to improve employee engagement and drive agency performance. Graduates will have the skills necessary to successfully conduct their own workshops that specifically address their agency’s unique challenges.
Learn more and register for the 2014 dates:
What are the most successful strategies agencies use to improve their workplaces? How can they use Best Places to Work analysis or employee survey data to understand where they are thriving and where improvement is needed?
The Partnership for Public Service and Deloitte examined the past decade of Best Places to Work rankings to profile six high-performing agencies. Learn from their experiences and get tips to increase employee satisfaction and commitment at your agency.
The Excel Tool, made possible by our technical partner Hay Group, is a resource to help managers and agency leaders improve government performance by boosting employee satisfaction and commitment. The Excel Tool displays your agency’s results for the workplace categories included in the Best Places to Work rankings and Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey questions.
The Excel Tool features: