What can the government learn from moms? Despite not working in the government, Stewart Liff’s mother provided him with some of the best advice that government employees could employ. In another edition of Liff’s advice on improving the Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey (FEVS) scores, see what nuggets of wisdom his mother imparted on him, and how the government can learn from them.
Recent results from the Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey (FEVS) show that government employees are largely unsatisfied. What are workers unhappy with, and how can managers improve these scores in the future? Stewart Liff has written about the way government is managed, and revisits this topic to offer new insights on the problem. See how government supervisors can manage better, and what employees value in their search for job satisfaction.
In any business, having unsatisfied employees can kill your productivity. This is especially true in the government, where a recent Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey (FEVS) indicated that the government’s employees are indeed unsatisfied. Stewart Liff examined the survey and provides a blueprint for addressing and fixing the problems that are causing this dissatisfaction.
The government makes decisions that impact the entire country. As important as their tasks are, it would seem prudent to keep their employees satisfied and happy with the way the organizations are managed. Recent Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey scores, however, indicate that employees are not content. Stewart Liff has been documenting the trends in recent years, and believes the government cannot operate properly if employees continue to feel unsatisfied. Read as Liff portrays problems that federal employees are facing, and how to buck the trend to improve the office environment in federal agencies.
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