Overall, federal employees appear to view their organization’s intentions more positively than its actions. A majority of workers agree that their agency is attentive to the public interest and holds employees to high standards of conduct. But their perceptions of human capital practices are less positive, especially in areas related to vision (such as focusing on what is important) and alignment (such as eliminating unnecessary functions and positions). Read related article.

Source: Merit Systems Protection Board | The Washington Post January 29, 2013
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