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Power of Federal Employee Engagement
Neil A.G. McPhie (fr); Doug Nierle (ed)
Emphasizes the role that employee engagement plays in improving Fed. agency outcomes. This report examines what engages Fed. employees -- that is, what contributes to a heightened connection between Fed. employees and their work or their organizations. The report explores the extent that different groups of employees are engaged and, more importantly, discusses how employee engagement relates to improved Fed. agency outcomes. By establishing a link between employee engagement and agency outcomes, the report hopes to refocus attention and energy on the recommended mgmt. practices that can increase the level of employee engagement in Fed. agencies. Illustrations.
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