Improving Federal Employee Engagement Must Be Top Priority for Trump Administration
December 15, 2016
Partnership for Public Service releases 2016 Best Places to Work in the Federal Government rankings, revealing the next administration faces a substantial challenge in improving federal employee engagement to meet best in class private sector standards
WASHINGTON – The nonprofit, nonpartisan Partnership for Public Service today released the 2016 Best Places to Work in the Federal Government® rankings that show a 1.3-point rise in federal employee engagement compared to 2015, for a score of 59.4 out of 100. This builds on last year’s 1.2-point increase, but still leaves the government well short of its all-time best score of 65.0 in 2010 and lagging far behind the private sector when it comes to how employees view their jobs and workplaces.
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