ALEXANDRIA, Va. (12/11/14)--Employees of the National Credit Union Administration have given the agency strong rankings as a workplace, raising it to seventh out of 25 mid-sized federal agencies.
The rankings are featured in the Partnership for Public Service's Best Places to Work in the Federal Government report. The NCUA was ranked ninth in 2013.
Mid-sized federal agencies are classified as those with between 1,000 and 14,999 employees. The NCUA's employee satisfaction rose to 69.4% from 65.8% last year, and the share of workers saying the agency had effective leadership rose to 62.6% compared with 61.2% last year.
Overall trends found employee satisfaction and leadership scores in decline on a government-wide scale.
According to the survey, the NCUA ranked in the top 10 in employee satisfaction among African-American employees (first place) and veterans (third place). The agency came in fourth place for Asian employees, men and employees over 40 years; fifth place among Hispanic, white and employees with disabilities; and sixth place for women.
First published in 2003, this is the ninth year of the Best Places to Work in the Federal Government report. Nearly 393,000 federal workers participated in the 2014 survey, including 809 employees at the NCUA.