Wednesday, July 9, 2008

The Best Places to Work in the Government


The Best-Places-to-Work-in-Government report was first completed in 2003 and every two years since then.

If you are looking for employment with the Federal Government, this report is a good place to start. Of course no one measurement offers overwhelming evidence of the best place for you, but this report could be part of your organizational research.

Here are the results for the "Best-In-Class" portion of the 2007 survey based on employer feedback:

Employee skills / mission match
1 Nuclear Regulatory Commission
2 Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
3 Department of Veterans Affairs

Strategic Management
1 Nuclear Regulatory Commission
2 Securities and Exchange Commission
3 General Services Administration

Effective Leadership
1 Nuclear Regulatory Commission
2 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
3 Department of State

Work / Life Balance
1 Nuclear Regulatory Commission
2 Securities and Exchange Commission
3 General Services Administration

Pay and Benefits
1 Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
2 Nuclear Regulatory Commission
3 Securities and Exchange Commission

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