The results from the CFPB’s annual employee survey are in and a rising number of employees feel their work performance isn’t adequately recognized.
43.6% of employees who responded to the survey feel that in their work unit, “differences in performances” are not “recognized in a meaningful way.” That’s up from 30% last year.
Similarly, 42.6% disagree that pay raises depend on how well employees perform their jobs. In 2013, only 28.6% in 2013 disagreed with that statement.
Additionally, the proportion of employees who were dissatisfied with the performance of senior leaders and felt the agency was not adequately taking steps to improve the performance of poor workers also rose from 2013 to 2014.
Of course, employee dissatisfaction at the CFPB is unsurprising considering recent charges of racism and sexism at the agency.