ALEXANDRIA, Va. (12/10/15)--The 2015 “Best Places to Work” report from the Partnership for Public Service showed improvement in several areas by the National Credit Union Administration, the agency announced Wednesday. The NCUA’s overall employee satisfaction score was 71.7, up from 69.4 in 2014.
“When people believe in their mission, their leadership and the importance of their work, that promotes loyalty, encourages innovation and results in better service, in this case, to credit unions and their members,” NCUA Chair Debbie Matz said. “The increase in overall employee satisfaction this year reflects our ongoing commitment to making this agency an employer of choice.”
The agency’s rank among mid-sized federal agencies--those with between 1,000 and 14,999 employees--was eighth out of 24. NCUA’s rankings improved in nearly every category, including effective leadership, support for diversity, teamwork and work/life balance.
The report compared to other mid-sized agencies:
The reports are based on data from the Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey. Nearly 433,300 federal workers participated in the 2015 survey, including 777 NCUA employees.