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The Nation's Premier Employee Survey

November 4, 2021
The Nation's Premier Employee Survey

-The Polco Minute with Angelica Wedell-

Come to the Polco Minute, where you hear the latest best practices in local government and civic engagement. 

In our first episode, we examine the National Employee Survey and how it shows you what staff think of their local government employer.

In our second episode, we shine a light on older residents to give local government leaders an understanding of their experiences through the pandemic. 

In our third episode, we take a look at how the City of Billings strengthened community trust through engagement and survey research.

The Nation’s Premier Employee Survey

Ensure job satisfaction, employee engagement and plan for the future. Get a clear and accurate picture of the workplace and employee climate. The National Employee Survey (The NES) helps you know the major issues facing employees that are crucial to smart management and policy. READ MORE.

The American Rescue Plan and Older Adults: Opportunities and Resources for Local Leaders

-By Funkhouser & Associates in partnership with AARP-

This report provides an overview of the Department of Treasury's guidance and highlights the ways local leaders can use the act to address community needs related to transit and mobility; open spaces; high-speed internet access; water, sewer and utility systems; housing and health. READ MORE.

How Billings Police Department Increases Public Trust Through Resident Engagement 

-By Julia Steege-Reimann from Polco-

Like many communities nationwide, public safety and police-resident relationships were at the forefront of the dialogue in Billings, Montana in 2020. At the same time, Billings’ Police Department was also challenged by a lean budget. With the addition of a 70% rise in the violent crime rate, Billings wanted to identify ways for the police to better meet the needs of the city's residents.  READ MORE.

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