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ALEXANDRIA, Va. — NCUA was ranked among the top of the Best Places to Work of small federal government agencies by the Partnership for Public Service and the American University School of Public Affairs Institute for the Study of Public Policy Implementation. “Though NCUA is a small, independent federal agency, we have employees stationed across the country,” NCUA Chairman JoAnn Johnson noted. “The survey shows that our concerted effort in recruiting and retaining staff by focusing on travel demands and creating a family-friendly work environment is worth the effort; our turn over is extremely low.” NCUA ranked No. 9 overall among smaller agencies, though the agency’s score was down slightly from the 2005 study, which was the last time it was performed. NCUA ranked No. 3 in teamwork, No. 5 in strategic management and in training and No. 7 for employee skills/mission match. It was also rated No. 12 in family friendly culture and benefits; No. 13 for performance based rewards and management, support for diversity, and work/life balance; No. 15 for effective leadership and No. 31 for pay and benefits.

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