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OPM Releases Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey Findings

OfficeThe Office of Personnel Management has surveyed more than 400,000 workers across the federal government to examine their perceptions of their organizations, leaders and work experiences.

Overall, agencies’ scores in this year’s employee engagement, satisfaction and inclusion indices were up 1 percentage point compared with the 2014 results, OPM said in its 2015 Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey report.

Government employees ranked the Federal Trade Commission, NASA and the Office of Management and Budget as top performing large agencies in terms of efforts to create an engaging work environment.

NASA gained the highest score among big agencies on the global employee satisfaction index, while the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service scored the highest among smaller organizations.

The report noted the space agency and the U.S. Trade and Development Agency  were the top scoring large and small agencies when it comes to initiatives to foster an inclusive workplace culture.

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