Workplace experience of federal employees living with disabilities
Recently, we hosted a LinkedIn Live panel discussion, “Disability Inclusion and Accommodation in the Federal Government.” This blog post further explores this topic and provides tips for agency leaders to improve the workplace experience of people with disabilities using insights from the 2021 Best Places to Work rankings.
The Intelligence Community: Meaningful work, great leaders, diverse opportunities and work-life balance
The Intelligence Community has been near the top of the Best Places to Work in the Federal Government® rankings for the past decade. A human capital leader with the Intelligence Community explores why they have high engagement and satisfaction and why employees stay.
These federal agencies are getting employee engagement and satisfaction right
More than 150 agency leaders, federal employees, congressional staff and private sector leaders attended the 2021 Best Places to Work in the Federal Government awards breakfast at the National Press Club in downtown Washington, D.C., to celebrate the top-ranked and most improved agencies.
Employee Value Proposition: A tool to help communicate why your agency is a great place to work
An Employee Value Proposition, or EVP, is the promise you make as an employer to your employees in return for their commitment to your organization, and it can be a valuable way to succinctly communicate why an individual should want to work for your agency. We share tips to create an EVP that will help your agency improve recruiting and hiring efforts.