The author suggests that with the impacts from sequestration, now may be a good time to re-assess results from the 2012 Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey in identifying a way ahead.
The 2012 Best Places to Work in the Federal Government rankings from the Partnership for Public Service indicate a decline in job satisfaction among federal employees in areas such as pay, rewards and advancement.
The Office of Personnel Management has released guidelines for agencies to use for analyzing and acting on the results from the Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey.
The Partnership for Public Service has released its list of the best places to work in the federal government for 2011.
OPM just released the results from the 2004 Federal Human Capital Survey, which reveals that feds think the work they do is important, but that excellent performance is not recognized and poor performers aren’t dealt with.