ALEXANDRIA, Va. (10/27/14)--Employees of the National Credit Union Administration continue to report strong levels of job satisfaction, according to the 2014 Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey.
In fact, the agency improved seven points over last year in the survey's Global Satisfaction Index, which measures four aspects of employee satisfaction: jobs, pay, organization and whether employees would recommend their organization as a good place to work.
"Making NCUA an employer of choice has been one of my top priorities from the day I became chairman," said the agency leader, Debbie Matz. "This year's survey also shows NCUA employees have high levels of trust and confidence in their relationships with supervisors and co-workers. This is a hard-working, dedicated team of professionals."
The survey compared the NCUA to 37 other departments and large agencies with more than 1,000 employees in the federal government. The agency scored above the government-wide average in 96% of the core questions included in the survey, up from 83% in 2013.
According to the survey, 90% of respondents feel their work is important.
The NCUA has previously ranked in various surveys as one of the best places to work in the federal government for Hispanics, African-Americans, veterans and women.