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Three tips for driving employee engagement in the public sector

Frequent and abrupt leadership changes, a complex bureaucracy, and limits on financial incentives – it’s no wonder that Deloitte’s “Best Places to Work in Federal Government” 2015 report found public sector workers were 18% less satisfied and mission-committed than their private sector counterparts.1 Contributing factors include ineffective leaders, employees’ skills not being matched to agency goals, a disconnect between advancement and compensation, and a lack of meaningful performance reviews. So what can public organizations do to improve their work environment? Check out these simple strategies that can help agencies build an engaged, mission-oriented workforce:Frequent and abrupt leadership changes, a complex bureaucracy, and limits on financial incentives – it’s no wonder that Deloitte’s “Best Places to Work in Federal Government” 2015 report found public sector workers were 18% less satisfied and mission-committed than their private sector counterparts.1 Contributing factors include ineffective leaders, employees’ skills not being matched to agency goals, a disconnect between advancement and compensation, and a lack of meaningful performance reviews. So what can public organizations do to improve their work environment? Check out these simple strategies that can help agencies build an engaged, mission-oriented workforce:

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