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Beyond the Survey: Agencies Should Press for Meaningful Change

NTEU urged agency leadership to work with employee representatives to tackle the issues employee concerns. Read the survey results.

Results of the 2015 Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey (FEVS) again demonstrate the high levels of commitment federal employees have to their jobs, but survey data fail to capture the tumultuous times federal workers have been facing.

The Office of Personnel Management (OPM) released the early results last week and more detailed results this week.

As in previous years, the FEVS demonstrated that the vast majority (90 percent of more) of federal employees have superior levels of commitment to their work, consistently seek out ways to do the work better and are willing to go the extra mile.

“There is no question about the dedication of federal employees to their jobs, but there is a huge question mark about the commitment of Congress to the workers who deliver the vital services our country relies on,” said President Tony Reardon.

“Federal employees continue to endure chronic funding cuts, threats of sequestration, inadequate pay raises and attacks on federal retirement and health benefits. Those frustrations are not really addressed in a survey of this nature, but are integral to employee morale and satisfaction.” More

OPM DATA BREACH Ask lawmakers to ensure federal employee personal information is safeguarded.

PROTECT YOUR FUTURE Ask your senators to oppose any changes to the G Fund rate in the Thrift Savings Plan.

Act now to protect your pay, benefits and healthcare.

BOOST IRS FUNDING Ask your members of Congress to support adequate funding for the IRS

TAKE ACTION! Ask your members of Congress to co-sponsor the FAIR Act, which would provide federal employees with a 3.8 percent pay increase for 2016.

Background Investigation Breach Notifications Start

Notifications to approximately 21.5 million individuals impacted by the background investigations breach have begun to be mailed out, according to the Office of Personnel Management (OPM).

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