While 58 percent of public-sector employees say they are fully engaged in their jobs, another 38 percent of all respondents report being very or somewhat likely to find new employment if working conditions do not improve, according to a survey commissioned by ADP, a provider of human capital management services,...
By Amanda McGrory-Dixon|September 12, 2012 at 05:55 AM
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While 58 percent of public-sector employees say they’re fully engaged in their jobs, another 38 percent of all respondents report being very or somewhat likely to find new employment if working conditions do not improve, according to a survey commissioned by ADP, a provider of human capital management services, and IPMA-HR, an organization representing interest of human resources professional for government and public education sectors.
The survey also finds that 47 percent of respondents 34 years of age and younger report that they were either very or somewhat likely to leave their employers if working conditions failed improve. Fully engaged public-sector employees are twice as likely to remain at their current positions and are three times as likely to report feeling very satisfied in the jobs. They are also 2.5 times more likely to say they believe they can make a difference and recommend their employers to others.
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