Federal employee engagement and performance trends drivers and value of outcomes howard r simpson home worldcat home about worldcat help search search for library items search for lists search for contacts search for a library create . The paper then presents a definition of employee engagement as it specifically relates to the federal workforce employee engagement is the employees sense of purpose that is evident in their display of dedication persistence and effort in their work or overall attachment to their organization and its mission the paper states. By conducting this research regularly over time and increasing the number of work units analyzed gallup stays on the cutting edge of how well employee engagement predicts key performance outcomes. On average 27 of federal government employees are engaged in their jobs in 2014 compared with 31 of all other workers in the us with more than 2 million federal employees this lack of engagement is costing the federal government an estimated 18 billion in lost productivity annually or approximately 9000 per employee. As the office of personnel management drills down into the federal employee viewpoint survey five trends to improve employee engagement are emerging opm acting director beth cobert said dec 9 in a new blog post that agencies that are seeing their overall scores increase year over year and those
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