Hmmmmm … i wonder what questions they actually ask. And, I wonder how this “Chief Human Capital Officer” thinks about how the NRC and the EPA put an actual dollar value on human life? are we really this far from a reality where every life is “priceless” so as to think of our federal employees as “human capital”? wrong mindset for certain for “We The People”!
Every year, the U.S. Office of Personnel Management polls federal workers and asks how they feel about their jobs, their leaders and their work culture, among other things. And now the results of the 2014 Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey are in. How did the NRC do?
We’re happy to say the NRC remains as a top performer. NRC employees gave high marks to the agency in such categories as:
- Quality of Hire Q21 – My work unit is able to recruit people with the right skills. (22.5 percent above the government average)
- Resource Sufficiency Q9 – I have sufficient resources (for example, people, materials, budget) to get my job done. (21.9 percent above the government average)
- High-Quality Recognition Q31 – Employees are recognized for providing high quality products and services. (19.3 percent above the government average)
The NRC also remains above the government-wide…
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