Survey finds OPM employees feel unappreciated for job well done
from The Washington Post
Workers at the federal government's personnel agency think their jobs are important, say they're held accountable for results and are willing to put in extra effort to get things done. But they think their bosses do little to deal with poor performers or recognize employees who are doing a good job—and they find limited opportunities for promotion. These are the views of workers at the Office of Personnel Management in the Obama administration's first survey of the federal workforce.
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