Best Places to Work Snapshot: Gender Gaps and Racial/Ethnic Divides
Publication Date: 02/16/2012
Publication Topics: Diversity
Publication Type: Issue Briefs, White Papers and Snapshots
Based on data from the Office of Personal Management's 2011 Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey, this analysis provides important perspective on how federal employees perceive the current state of diversity and inclusion within their agencies.
For federal leaders working to implement President Obama's recent executive order, this is key information that directs agencies to identify and implement a series of strategies to "remove barriers to equal opportunity in the federal government's recruitment, hiring, promotion, retention, professional development, and training."
"Gender Gaps and Racial/Ethnic Divides" is a Best Places to Work in the Federal Government® Snapshot, made possible by the generous support of Deloitte and Hay Group.
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