LANL actually conducted an employee survey to assess employee satisfaction. Here are the results:
The leadership team is working together to advance the Laboratory mission: 37.75 %
Career opportunities at the Laboratory are good: 33.73 %
Laboratory managers set good examples: 27.58%
I have confidence in the leadership of the Laboratory: 28.69 %
The morale of my co-workers is good: 27.75 %
Laboratory managers consult employees about decisions that affect them: 25.42 %
The Laboratory rewards those who contribute most: 23.57 %
I believe that action will be taken on the results of this survey: 17.30 %
than revealing an abysmal relationship between management and staff,
does this survey help us figure out whether the main culprit is inept
and vindictive management or a scientific staff that feels it’s not
being given a free enough hand?
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