Employee job satisfaction is a key component of high-performing organizations. Across our federal government, agencies face demanding performance goals and calls for greater efficiency. Your agency needs an engaged and committed workforce to meet these challenges.
The Partnership for Public Service offers advisory services to help agency leaders use their Best Places to Work in the Federal Government® data to positively impact workforce satisfaction and commitment, improve recruitment and retention, and drive performance.
Services include tailored leadership guidance, internal communications support, in-depth analysis of data and benchmarking, facilitated action planning and follow-up reviews. In addition, a two-day Action Planning Facilitation Training course offers agencies an opportunity to develop internal capacity to sustain culture change. Numerous agencies from all levels in the rankings have benefited from our Best Places to Work tools.
Contact Monica Linhardt at (202) 464-2692 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The one-hour briefing agenda includes:
- Best Places to Work history and methodology
- Agency data review
- Leading practices across government
- Q & A
Use the Best Places to Work data to develop your strategy for improvement. Customized analysis based on your agency’s specific needs and interests is available.
The Partnership as worked with numerous federal agencies to use employee survey data to identify the highest-impact opportunities to improve the work environment. Custom engagements are tailored to your agency’s specific needs and culture. It can include the following components:
- Action Planning
- Leadership Strategy Sessions
- Program Evaluation
- Action Planning Facilitation Training
The Excel Tool, made possible by Hay Group, is a resource to help managers and agency leaders improve government performance by boosting employee satisfaction and commitment. The Excel Tool displays your agency’s results for the survey questions and workplace categories included in the Best Places to Work rankings. The questions are from the Office of Personnel Management’s 2012 Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey.
The Excel Tool features the following types of reports for your agency:
Use your Best Places to Work data to improve your agency's workplace environment in a way that also improves organizational effectiveness.
For more information about our agency services or to request a complimentary one-hour senior leadership briefing on your 2012 Best Places to Work results, please contact: