What is the best way to make sure agencies are getting the most out of the data that comes from the Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey?
Dealing with problem employees can help productivity and morale, and it can be done without extreme changes to the structure of the civil service.
The agency that administers the TSP said it’s planning to take additional caution in validating participants’ identities in light of the Equifax breach.
The FEVS results show that the upward movement in employee satisfaction that began two years ago is continuing. That is good news.
Leadership, from the chairman down to front-line supervisors, helped the Securities and Exchange Commission improve its standing on the 2017 Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey.
The political popularity of a given administration seems to have low relation to FEVS scores.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the House Veterans Affairs Committee introduces the Asset and Infrastructure Review Act, which calls for VA to set up a commission to look at old and underused VA facilities.
The latest Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey results show higher overall employee engagement across the government in 2017.
The House Oversight and Government Reform Committee will consider a series of bills this week that could impact the federal workforce. Among them is legislation that would give participants more options to withdraw investments from the Thrift Savings Plan.
In a couple of months, managers across government will know how their agencies fared in the latest Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey. In the meantime, the Partnership for Public Service had released some advice on getting ready for and making good use of the results. Mallory Barg Bulman, director of research and evaluation at the Partnership, joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin with some advice to agencies.