Every year, State Human Resources administers the State Employee Engagement Survey for the Executive Branch.
74 agencies, boards, and commissions participated in the survey, representing 99.9% of the Executive Branch workforce.
37,325 employees took the survey, for a response rate of 61%.
Eighty percent or more gave positive ratings for the three following issue areas:
Knowing what is expected of them
Being treated with dignity and respect by their supervisors
Knowing how their work contributes to the goals of the agency
Long-term trend data continue to show predictable patterns. Employees in the first two years of a job and employees in small agencies continue to give higher scores than the workforce as a whole. Patterns such as these can provide insight on ways to improve the work experience for all employees.