In the business world, communication plays a big part in engaging employees. There is ample research that proves companies that communicate well are four times more likely to have engaged staff. This matters because engaged employees are more efficient and productive. Turnover is lower among engaged employee populations. Motivation levels are higher.
In the business world, that’s worth the cost because the payoff is so much greater. In government, apparently employees are just supposed to engage themselves.
That, at least, seems to be the thinking behind an attack by Rep. Darryl Issa (R-California) on the internal communications Read More »