Best Places to Work: How Employee Satisfaction Can Enhance Agency Recruitment Efforts
By Tim McManus
How many job seekers say, "I want to work for an organization with a poor reputation?" Or, "I want to work at a place where employees don't get any personal or professional satisfaction?"
Whether looking for a government job or a position in the private sector, the answer is the same. Not many!
Last week, my organization, the Partnership for Public Service, released its 2011 Best Places to Work in the Federal Government rankings that measure federal employee satisfaction and commitment, and provide a roadmap for agency leaders to build a more committed workforce and, ultimately, more effective agencies.
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