The 2015 Best Places to Work in the Federal Government® rankings, produced by the Partnership for Public Service, include the views of more than 433,300 civil servants from 391 federal organizations on a wide range of workplace topics.
Since the first rankings were released in 2003, they have provided 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.
The 2015 Best Places to Work data show a slight increase in federal employee satisfaction with their jobs and workplaces following four years of declining scores. Government-wide, federal employee job satisfaction and commitment increased 1.2 points from 2014, for a score of 58.1 out of 100. In contrast, the 2015 satisfaction rate for private sector employees is 76.7, according to Sirota, a survey research organization.Read the Analysis
A presidential transition is a time of change for the country—a new wave of politicians and political appointees will come in to reset agendas and missions. To reduce anxiety and stress amongst career civil servants, managers must find ways to creatively and proactively communicate with employees. Read the Partnership for Public Service and Deloitte’s latest Best Places to Work in the Federal Government® analysis to learn more about the essentials of communicating with federal employees during a presidential transition.Download the Analysis Learn More about the Transition
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