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 2018 2017 Change (2017‑18)
1 Federal Energy Regulatory Commission 81.4 80.8 0.6 
2 Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 76.8 77.1 -0.3 
3 Nuclear Regulatory Commission 75.9 74.5 1.4 
4 Securities and Exchange Commission 75.2 75.1 0.1 
5 Federal Trade Commission 73.8 75.2 -1.4 
6 Architect of the Capitol 72.1 0.0 
7 Court Services and Offender Supervision Agency 70.4 67.7 2.7 
8 General Services Administration 69.8 70.5 -0.7 
9 Consumer Financial Protection Bureau 69.1 76.3 -7.2 
10 National Science Foundation 67.0 64.7 2.3 
11 Office of Personnel Management 66.8 66.1 0.7 
12 Department of Energy 66.7 66.5 0.2 
13 Federal Communications Commission 66.2 65.9 0.3 
14 Peace Corps 65.8 70.1 -4.3 
15 National Credit Union Administration 62.9 65.3 -2.4 
15 Small Business Administration 62.9 59.9 3.0 
17 Department of Housing and Urban Development 62.2 61.9 0.3 
18 Department of Labor 61.4 63.5 -2.1 
19 National Archives and Records Administration 60.9 63.4 -2.5 
20 Environmental Protection Agency 58.8 61.3 -2.5 
21 U.S. Agency for Global Media 58.3 57.3 1.0 
22 Department of Education 57.3 60.1 -2.8 
23 National Labor Relations Board 57.2 60.0 -2.8 
23 U.S. Agency for International Development 57.2 60.5 -3.3 
25 Equal Employment Opportunity Commission 56.5 55.7 0.8 

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