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  • Public Servants Don't Feel Connected in the Workplace - April 27, 2023
  • Andrew Edelson joins the podcast to discuss the results of a new Eagle Hill survey.

    Adam Butler and Ross Gianfortune, Government Executive

    Recently, the Office of Personnel management announced that it will end the use of maximum telework, following President Biden’s planned May expiration of the COVID-19 public health emergency. The implementation of necessary telework during the last three years is among the many complications involved with employee connection in public service. According to a new survey by Eagle Hill Consulting, more than a third of government employees say that their employers aren’t investing in employee connection.

    Andrew Edelson is Director of Client Solutions for Eagle Hill and a former GAO analyst. He joined the podcast to talk about the survey.

    To listen to the podcast, click here.


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