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Spring 2018Q15bAs far as you know, does your jurisdiction currently have a formal set of rules (e.g., a code of conduct, charter provision, ordinance, or policy) concerning? Board/Council interactions with administration and/or employees in your jurisdiction?

Major Tags: Governmental Relations | Workforce
Related Topics: Intragovernmental relations | Local government job performance | Workforce conditions | Employee issues
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Spring 2018Q16cNow, overall, how would you rate the relationships among? elected officials and other employees in your jurisdiction?

Major Tags: Governmental Relations | Workforce
Related Topics: Intragovernmental relations | Local government job performance | Workforce conditions | Employee issues
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Spring 2017Q22aIn your opinion, how much of a problem, if at all, are the following personnel issues for your jurisdiction's government? Recruiting employees with needed skills

Major Tags: Workforce
Related Topics: Workforce conditions | Employee issues
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Spring 2017Q22bIn your opinion, how much of a problem, if at all, are the following personnel issues for your jurisdiction's government? Retaining current employees

Major Tags: Workforce
Related Topics: Workforce conditions | Employee issues
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Spring 2017Q22cIn your opinion, how much of a problem, if at all, are the following personnel issues for your jurisdiction's government? Turnover due to retirements

Major Tags: Workforce
Related Topics: Workforce conditions | Employee issues
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Spring 2017Q22dIn your opinion, how much of a problem, if at all, are the following personnel issues for your jurisdiction's government? Transfer of knowledge from departing employees

Major Tags: Workforce
Related Topics: Workforce conditions | Employee issues
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Spring 2017Q22eIn your opinion, how much of a problem, if at all, are the following personnel issues for your jurisdiction's government? Employee morale

Major Tags: Workforce
Related Topics: Workforce conditions | Employee issues
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Spring 2017Q22fIn your opinion, how much of a problem, if at all, are the following personnel issues for your jurisdiction's government? Adequate skillsets among current employees

Major Tags: Workforce
Related Topics: Workforce conditions | Employee issues
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Spring 2017Q22gIn your opinion, how much of a problem, if at all, are the following personnel issues for your jurisdiction's government? Other

Major Tags: Workforce
Related Topics: Workforce conditions | Employee issues
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Spring 2017Q23aWhich of the following factors, if any, are contributing to your jurisdiction's problems in recruiting and/or retaining employees? Shortage of qualified candidates

Major Tags: Workforce
Related Topics: Workforce conditions | Employee issues
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Spring 2017Q23bWhich of the following factors, if any, are contributing to your jurisdiction's problems in recruiting and/or retaining employees? Not providing competitive compensation (salary/wages, benefits)

Major Tags: Workforce
Related Topics: Workforce conditions | Employee issues
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Spring 2017Q23cWhich of the following factors, if any, are contributing to your jurisdiction's problems in recruiting and/or retaining employees? Poaching (i.e., losing employees to other public employers or the private sector)

Major Tags: Workforce
Related Topics: Workforce conditions | Employee issues
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Spring 2017Q23dWhich of the following factors, if any, are contributing to your jurisdiction's problems in recruiting and/or retaining employees? Work atmospher

Major Tags: Workforce
Related Topics: Workforce conditions | Employee issues
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Spring 2017Q25While many jurisdictions have taken no formal actions, others have begun formal succession planning to ensure they have institutional knowledge and employee skills in place prior to a wave of retirements. Which of the following best describes your jurisdiction's status?

Major Tags: Workforce
Related Topics: Workforce conditions | Employee issues
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Spring 2017Q26aWhich of the following, if any, are reasons your jurisdiction is unlikely to develop a formal succession planning process? We don't need a formal plan at this time

Major Tags: Workforce
Related Topics: Workforce conditions | Employee issues
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Spring 2017Q26bWhich of the following, if any, are reasons your jurisdiction is unlikely to develop a formal succession planning process? It's not a priority for our jurisdiction's leadership

Major Tags: Workforce
Related Topics: Workforce conditions | Employee issues
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Spring 2017Q26cWhich of the following, if any, are reasons your jurisdiction is unlikely to develop a formal succession planning process? Lack of financial resources for such planning

Major Tags: Workforce
Related Topics: Workforce conditions | Employee issues
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Spring 2017Q26dWhich of the following, if any, are reasons your jurisdiction is unlikely to develop a formal succession planning process? Lack of staff time to devote to planning

Major Tags: Workforce
Related Topics: Workforce conditions | Employee issues
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Spring 2017Q26eWhich of the following, if any, are reasons your jurisdiction is unlikely to develop a formal succession planning process? Lack of internal expertise about planning

Major Tags: Workforce
Related Topics: Workforce conditions | Employee issues
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