Publications

Moving the Needle on Employee Engagement During the Presidential Transition

August 8, 2016

Publication Type: Research and Publications

Publication Tags: 2015 Rankings

Moving the Needle on Employee Engagement During the Presidential Transition

As our nation approaches another transfer of power from one administration to the next, roughly 4,000 political appointees are preparing to leave their jobs. To help the government continue to function effectively during the presidential transition, career civil servants—those individuals who comprise the vast majority of the federal workforce and serve across administrations—will be relied...

Connecting HR, IT and Contract Specialists to their Agency Missions

July 18, 2016

Publication Type: Research and Publications

Publication Tags: 2015 Rankings

Connecting HR, IT and Contract Specialists to their Agency Missions

This analysis identifies three key factors that have the greatest influence on job satisfaction and commitment in the HR, IT and contract specialist communities’ job satisfaction and commitment.

Employee Job and Workplace Satisfaction in the Law Enforcement Community

May 11, 2016

Publication Type: Research and Publications

Publication Tags: 2015 Rankings

In order to gain a better understanding of how employees in the law enforcement community view their jobs and work environments, the Partnership for Public Service and Deloitte examined the 2015 Best Places to Work in the Federal Government® data for 12 agencies, including the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Secret Service, Customs and Border...

2015 BEST PLACES TO WORK IN THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT RANKINGS REVEAL INCREASE IN EMPLOYEE SATISFACTION AND COMMITMENT FOR FIRST TIME IN FOUR YEARS

December 8, 2015

Publication Type: News Release

Publication Tags: 2015 Rankings

WASHINGTON — The nonprofit, nonpartisan Partnership for Public Service today released the 2015 Best Places to Work in the Federal Government® (http://www.bestplacestowork.org) rankings that revealed a slight increase in federal employee satisfaction and commitment with their jobs and workplaces. The 2015 score of 58.1 out of 100 represents a 1.2-point increase from 2014 and follows...