The annual Best Places to Work in the Federal Government® rankings are produced by the nonprofit, nonpartisan Partnership for Public Service. The 2017 rankings include the views of more than 498,000 civil servants from 410 federal organizations on a wide range of workplace topics.
The rankings, first released in 2003, provide a mechanism to hold agency leaders accountable for the health of their organizations, serve as an early warning sign for agencies in trouble and offer a roadmap for improvement.
Private-sector companies have made tremendous headway improving the employee experience by using human-centered design, a problem-solving approach that more actively involves the people who are affected by the problem. Since it’s worked in the private sector, we decided to put it to the test in government. Read all about agencies’ key takeaways in our latest issue brief.Download PDF