- By Kellie Lunney November 12, 2013
Concerns over federal employee morale dominated the annual public meeting of the government’s top human capital leaders on Tuesday.
Job satisfaction among federal workers has dropped nearly across the board in 2013 — a year marked by furloughs, a pay freeze and proposals to reduce federal employee compensation, according to the latest Federal Employment Viewpoint Survey from the Office of Personnel Management released on Friday. OPM officials, including newly-confirmed Director Katherine Archuleta, discussed the survey’s results and how to capitalize on positive trends while tackling worrisome ones. Continue reading “Sinking Employee Morale Worries HR Chiefs”