How federal agencies can reopen after the pandemic in an inclusive and equitable way
Even as federal offices begin to reopen, hybrid work environments and remote work are likely to remain options for many employees. We offer four strategies to help agencies successfully reopen in an equitable and inclusive way and ensure their employees are able to succeed in this new work environment.
How a new Partnership program helped one federal employee improve engagement at her agency
Anita Gonzales-Evans, a program analyst at the Department of the Interior’s Bureau of Trust Funds Administration, recently completed the Partnership’s new Engagement Coordinator Collective and spoke with us about why it was such a valuable experience.
Veterans Benefits Administration diversity and equal employment
The Veterans Benefits Administration has long sought to foster a culture of diversity, equity and inclusion. Margarita Devlin, the agency’s principal deputy under secretary for benefits, discusses the four ways VBA is committed to building and maintaining a diverse and inclusive workforce.
Three recommendations for increasing your employees’ engagement
Engaged employees are more productive and achieve greater results for their agencies. Here are the best ways for supervisors to increase employee engagement in their teams.
Employee engagement is more than just a survey
The benefits of employee engagement are clear: engaged employees are better employees. Federal leaders across government are making engagement a year-round priority, and you should too.
Communicating your employee engagement efforts: Lessons learned from HHS
As agency leaders think about how to improve employee engagement this year, the Department of Health and Human Services sets a good example. Learn more about the success of the agency’s “you spoke, we listened, this happened” campaign in increasing Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey participation and employee engagement.