Agency Rankings by Category

Work–Life Balance

The Work–Life Balance category measures the extent to which employees consider their workloads reasonable and feasible, and managers support a balance between work and life.

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Rank Agency 2016 2015 Change (2015‑16)
1 National Aeronautics and Space Administration 71.2 70.5 0.7 
2 Intelligence Community 69.2 69.9 -0.7 
3 Department of Health and Human Services 64.5 62.8 1.7 
4 Department of Transportation 64.1 63.2 0.9 
5 Department of Justice 64.0 64.3 -0.3 
6 Department of Labor 63.4 61.1 2.3 
7 Department of Commerce 63.0 61.7 1.3 
7 Office of the Secretary of Defense, Joint Staff, Defense Agencies, and Department of Defense Field Activities 63.0 63.0 0.0 
9 Department of the Air Force 61.1 61.4 -0.3 
10 Department of the Treasury 60.5 58.7 1.8 
11 Department of the Army 60.1 60.0 0.1 
12 Department of the Navy 60.0 60.2 -0.2 
13 Department of Agriculture 59.6 57.5 2.1 
14 Department of State 59.5 60.1 -0.6 
15 Social Security Administration 58.6 61.2 -2.6 
16 Department of Veterans Affairs 56.6 55.1 1.5 
17 Department of the Interior 56.0 54.7 1.3 
18 Department of Homeland Security 51.9 51.8 0.1 

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Quartile Key
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