Publications

PARTNERSHIP FOR PUBLIC SERVICE STATEMENT ON 2019 FEDERAL EMPLOYEE VIEWPOINT SURVEY RESULTS

November 8, 2019

Publication Type: News Release

Publication Topic: Best Places to Work,Federal workforce

WASHINGTON – Partnership for Public Service President and CEO Max Stier released the following statement regarding the results of the Office of Personnel Management’s 2019 Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey – a vital tool for federal leaders to understand the experience of their employees. “I am encouraged to see that the Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey continues...

Beyond the Beltway: How Federal Leaders Can Engage Employees Working Across the Nation

June 12, 2019

Publication Type: Research and Publications

Publication Topic: Best Places to Work

Beyond the Beltway: How Federal Leaders Can Engage Employees Working Across the Nation

It’s a common misconception that most federal employees are in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. In reality, 85 percent of federal employees live and work outside the nation’s capital. With much of the responsibility for delivering on the missions of our government falling on employees working away from Washington, it’s critical that federal leaders master...

Agency function is tied to how people feel about their job — that’s bad news for USDA research

January 18, 2019

Publication Type: In the News

Publication Topic: Best Places to Work,Federal workforce,Inspire and Hire Mission-Critical Talent

Should anyone care how career civil servants view the attractiveness of their workplace? The answer is yes, Congress and taxpayers should. The results of the “Best Places to Work in the Federal Government” rankings arrived just before Christmas, and they don’t look good for the U.S. Department of Agriculture.