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 Mediation and Conciliation Service 87.8 86.0 1.8 
2 Federal Maritime Commission 81.4 71.9 9.5 
3 Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation 78.7 72.8 5.9 
4 U.S. International Trade Commission 76.5 73.5 3.0 
5 Federal Housing Finance Agency 75.6 76.8 -1.2 
6 Farm Credit Administration 75.5 82.1 -6.6 
7 Surface Transportation Board 73.4 69.0 4.4 
8 Merit Systems Protection Board 72.5 71.1 1.4 
9 Federal Election Commission 71.3 67.7 3.6 
10 Defense Nuclear Facilities Safety Board 69.9 69.3 0.6 
11 Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board 69.7 66.8 2.9 
12 Consumer Product Safety Commission 68.9 71.3 -2.4 
13 Office of Management and Budget 68.1 66.7 1.4 
14 National Gallery of Art 67.8 65.7 2.1 
15 National Endowment for the Arts 65.3 78.6 -13.3 
16 Federal Labor Relations Authority 65.2 73.3 -8.1 
17 National Transportation Safety Board 65.1 67.1 -2.0 
18 National Endowment for the Humanities 64.4 71.2 -6.8 
19 Millennium Challenge Corporation 63.1 68.1 -5.0 
20 Office of the U.S. Trade Representative 60.0 55.6 4.4 
20 Overseas Private Investment Corporation 60.0 62.7 -2.7 
22 Corporation for National and Community Service 59.7 66.8 -7.1 
23 Railroad Retirement Board 59.3 62.3 -3.0 
24 Export-Import Bank of the United States 57.3 66.0 -8.7 
25 Commodity Futures Trading Commission 56.7 60.5 -3.8 
26 International Boundary and Water Commission 54.5 52.9 1.6 
27 Selective Service System 51.2 54.1 -2.9 
28 Office of Special Counsel 50.6 63.1 -12.5 

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