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Every year, the National Labor Relations Board surveys its employees regarding their views on their work at the agency.
According to the most recent NLRB employee survey (called the Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey), it appears that the “laborers” working for the agency that referees disputes between labor and management have given “management” rather mediocre grades.
While NLRB employees gave high marks to their own personal feelings of accomplishment and purpose in their specific jobs, questions that centered around the controversial agency’s management at the higher levels received rather low marks.
Here are a few highlights of areas where Obama’s NLRB managers “need improvement.”
Less than one third (31.92%) believe “the survey will be used to make my agency a better place to work.” This indicates there is a sense of futility in responding to the survey itself.
Less than half (40.92%) are satisfied with the policies and practices of the NLRB’s senior leaders.
One area that is particularly damning to the NLRB’s leadership is this: Less than half (47.48%) agree that “Arbitrary action, personal favoritism and coercion for partisan political purposes are not tolerated.”
While you can see the entire survey results below, one might note that, in many workplaces these are the typical “early warning signs” that a workforce may be vulnerable to being unionized.
However, ironically, since many NLRB employees are already unionized, unionizing the NLRB isn’t an option.
“Truth isn’t mean. It’s truth.”
Andrew Breitbart (1969-2012)
Cross-posted on LaborUnionReport.com