Depending on whether you work for states and localities, the federal government or the private sector, your job satisfaction may differ
By Katherine Barrett and Richard Greene | Governing
Several weeks ago, we wrote a column about employee surveys in state and local government. It focused on the importance of using the results to take actions that improve the workplace. But as we looked into the best utility of these surveys, we grew curious about what they actually reveal — especially when compared to the federal government and private sector.
While there was good news to be found, some of the results were worrisome.