Survey of Federal Workers’ Sense of Appreciation Shows Mixed Results: Graduate School USA Survey Does Show Bright Spots

Survey of Federal Workers’ Sense of Appreciation Shows Mixed Results: Graduate School USA Survey Does Show Bright Spots

In a recent poll conducted by Graduate School USA, 68 percent of respondents felt Congress did not appreciate their work and 52 percent said that the American people didn’t. This is on the heels of the Employee Viewpoint Survey, conducted by the U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM), which indicated an overall drop in federal employee job satisfaction and morale.

 Washington (PRWEB) December 21, 2012

In a recent poll conducted by Graduate School USA, 68 percent of respondents felt Congress did not appreciate their work and 52 percent said that the American people didn’t. This is on the heels of the Employee Viewpoint Survey, conducted by the U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM), which indicated an overall drop in federal employee job satisfaction and morale. Continue reading “Survey of Federal Workers’ Sense of Appreciation Shows Mixed Results: Graduate School USA Survey Does Show Bright Spots”