Friday, October 10, 2003

Getting the best workers to stay

Ran across this article today Getting the best workers to stay. I would have to agree with some of the points.

It seems our agency is often trying to measure itself against others and needs to find what works for us rather than trying to do what works for others.

It seems our agency also presumes employees will tell what’s really bothering them by way of a survey of course.

As it mentions, It’s often a communication breakdown. The Department has stated several times that this is a problem and it seems that it re-states that this is a problem every year or so. I guess they could be stating this more often, but it only gets to me once a year. ;-)

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