February 15, 2017

Do Civil Service Rules need to be reformed?

Do Civil Service Rules need to be reformed?
Source: Today's Government News

In an article posted on the Internet by Today's Government News, Contributor Howard Risher observes that "The states with the highest levels of active disengagement -- workers who are so unhappy at work that they 'undermine what their engaged coworkers accomplish,'" as Gallup put it in a recent study -- "are Connecticut, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, Ohio and my home state of Pennsylvania."

Mr. Risher then asks: “Are Civil-Service Rules the Enemy of Employee Engagement?” noting that “At every level of government, problem employees receive far more attention than those who make significant contributions.”

Mr. Risher's article is posted on the Internet at:

http://www.governing.com/columns/smart-mgmt/col-civil-service-rules-public-employee-engagement.html?utm_term=Are%20Civil-Service%20Rules%20the%20Enemy%20of%20Employee%20Engagement&utm_campaign=Leaked%20Trump%20Order%20Targets%20Legal%20Immigrants%20Who%20Use%20Government%20Benefits&utm_content=email&utm_source=Act-On+Software&utm_medium=email



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