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Department of Homeland Security (DHS): Preliminary Observations on DHSäó»s Efforts to Improve Employee Morale: Congressional Testimony
David C. Maurer (au)
DHS is the third largest cabinet-level agency in the fed. goväó»t., employing more than 200,000 employees in a broad range of jobs. Since its creation in 2003, DHS has faced challenges implementing its human capital functions, and its employees have reported having low job satisfaction. DHS is at high risk because it represented an enormous and complex undertaking that would require time to achieve in an effective and efficient manner. This testimony presents preliminary observations regarding: (1) how DHSäó»s employeesäó» workforce satisfaction compares with that of other federal government employees; and (2) the extent to which DHS is taking steps to improve employee job satisfaction. Charts and tables. This is a print on demand report.
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