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NCUA workers rank agency as a good employer
ALEXANDRIA, Va. (9/26/11)--The National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) received high marks from its employees for its talent management, results-oriented performance culture, and overall employee satisfaction in a U.S. Office of Personnel Management’s (OPM) 2011 Employee Viewpoint Survey. The agency came in fourth place in the OPM’s performance culture rankings, finished sixth in talent management, and tied for fifth place in overall employee satisfaction. The agency in a release said the results of the survey “showed that NCUA employees feel their work is important, feel accountable for achieving results, and know how their work relates to their agency's goals and priorities.” The NCUA did not rank in the top 10 for its leadership and knowledge management, but showed a marked improvement over last year’s ranking. NCUA Chairman Debbie Matz said having the agency “recognized as an employer of choice” was a top goal when she returned to the NCUA in 2009. Matz added that the NCUA’s “extraordinarily talented, dedicated and hardworking” employees are “the agency’s greatest asset.” “The fact that most employees recommend NCUA as a good place to work is a testament to management’s efforts to improve communications at all levels,” Matz added. For the full NCUA release, use the resource link.


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