Culture Improvement Action Plan, Second Edition   [open pdf - 582KB]

From the Purpose: "A commitment to a workplace free of harassment and discrimination is fundamental to living our core values now and in the future. It is incumbent upon us to understand our employee's lived experiences in the workplace, and build and sustain an environment of professionalism, dignity, and respect. Though these findings are from a survey taken more than two years ago, it is not acceptable that our employees felt this way then, and it is certainly not acceptable now. This is our second version of the 'Culture Improvement Action Plan,' which builds upon Agency accomplishments and achievements since the first reports of harassment and misconduct. While we collectively worked hard, instituted programs, and improved policies that address the very issues identified in the RAND survey, we are committed to continuous improvement. The plan is designed to: [1] Increase employee awareness of RAND survey results[;] [2] Provide transparent communication of workforce culture objectives, programs, and improvements and associated implementation timelines[;] [3] Demonstrate continued leadership commitment to our core values[.]"

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