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OPM Surveys Employees on Benefits Packages

The Office of Personnel Management will conduct a comprehensive survey of federal employees for the remainder of July, FederalDaily reports.

The agency announced this week it will send its 2011 Federal Employees Benefits Survey to 3,000 randomly selected employees by email. The survey seeks to find out how federal employees feel about their benefits packages.

”The purpose of the survey is to measure the importance, adequacy and value of employee benefits to ensure that available benefits align with best practices and employee needs,” OPM Director John Barry said during the July 19 announcement of the survey.

OPM last conducted an employee benefits survey in 2006. OPM also announced it will conduct a separate Senior Executive Service-benefits survey.

The agency said the 2011 benefits survey will help gather information on employee health status and health demographics.

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