Hot Off the Press…The Research Is In: How to Keep Public Sector Employees Connected and Committed
Tuesday, October 16, 2012 11:00 am PT / 2:00 pm ET Duration: 1 hour
In the wake of the Great Recession, many have asked how increased workloads and decreasing budgets may be affecting the engagement and satisfaction of over 19 million employees within the state, local and education markets.
To answer this question, the GOVERNING Institute conducted a broad based study of more than 2,000 state and local government employees across all verticals. This study provides a benchmark of engagement as well as an understanding of what motivates public sector employees to come to work each day.
Join us for this webinar to preview the key findings from this broad based study:
Why only 58% of public sector employees are fully engaged in their jobs
What are the key drivers of engagement that are unique to the public sector
What are the significant opportunities to improve engagement
What are the threats to employee engagement
What are the best message strategies for recruitment and retention
Mark Funkhouser, Ph.D., former Mayor, Kansas City, Missouri, Director, GOVERNING Institute
Justin Greeves, Vice President Corporate Research, e.Republic Melissa Waller, COS, Department of the State Treasurer Neil Reichenberg, Executive Director, IPMA-HR Jon Bernstein, Director Vertical Strategy, ADP
The study was underwritten and sponsored by ADP and IPMA-HR and independently developed, conducted and analyzed by the GOVERNING Institute, a subsidiary of e.Republic.
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