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White House Wants Federal Managers to Handle Employee Engagement

WhiteHouseThe White House wants to hold federal managers responsible for engagements with employees and efforts to establish inclusive work environments, Federal News Radio reported Tuesday.

Emily Kopp writes the Office of Management and Budget, Office of Personnel Management and the Presidential Personnel Office have released a memo that wants agencies to assess their senior executive service members and managers on those skills.

Deputy secretaries also have until the end of 2014 to lead the evaluation of their agencies’ 2016 Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey results under the memo, according to the report.

The station reports the memo orders agencies to coordinate with labor unions, managers and supervisors in engagements with employees.

Agencies are also required to monitor their progress with the HRStat workforce review process four times every year, Kopp reports.

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