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  • Federal employee engagement, job satisfaction tick upward in 2023 FEVS survey - November 6, 2023
  • By Jared Serbu, Federal News Network

    The signature survey that aims to take the pulse of the federal workforce each year found slight gains this year in employees’ overall views over the organizations they work for, with 68% now saying they’re satisfied with their jobs — up two percentage points from 2022.

    The question of job satisfaction is just one component of a broader index the Office of Personnel Management terms “employee engagement” — a composite score that tries to measure workers’ views on factors like effective leadership, meaningful work, and opportunities for growth. In 2023, that score increased to 72%, up one percentage point from the year before, and tying the government’s score from 2020 — a five-year high.

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