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FCW : July 15, 2014
July 15, 2014 FCW.COM 23 BY KATHERINE REYNOLDS LEWIS There's good news and bad news when it comes to managing and motivating government employees, according to consultant and author Stewart Liff. On the plus side, 97 percent of feds are willing to put in extra effort, 84 per- cent enjoy their work, 91 percent feel their work is important, and 91 percent constantly look for ways to do a better job, according to the Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey. On the negative side, government employees reported little connection between performance and rewards in their work units, with a measly 34 per- cent saying differences in performance are recognized in a meaningful way. Just 34 percent said promotions are based on merit, 29 percent felt poor performers are dealt with, and 22 per- cent believed raises depend on how well employees perform. "Employee satisfaction or dissatis- faction is generally a function of what their managers do or don't do," Liff told an audience at the ASTD 2014 Inter- national Conference in May. "If we could only make those supervisors How it works GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES Dealing with problem employees head-on can go a long way toward improving performance and morale INSPIRING
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