ALEXANDRIA, Va. (11/22/11)--The National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) was ranked as the best small federal government agency workplace for workers under age 40, and the fourth-best workplace for women, according to a recent survey of government employees.
Overall, the NCUA ranked 16th out of 35 small federal agencies. The NCUA finished 23rd in this ranking last year.
NCUA Chairman Debbie Matz said the board is "proud of the growing recognition that NCUA is one of the best places to work," and added that they are "especially gratified that women and young professionals, including many of our newest employees, view NCUA as a workplace where their careers can flourish."
The survey, which was compiled by the nonprofit Partnership for Public Service, asked federal workers from 308 federal agencies and subcomponents to rank their workplace based on several criteria. Those criteria included:
- Employee skills/mission match;
- Training and development;
- Pay; and
- Support for diversity.
More than 276,000 workers responded to the survey.
For the full survey, use the resource link.