RAND Military Workplace Study

The 2014 Military Workplace Study is a confidential, web-based survey of service members’ recent experiences with military workplace relations, professionalism, and personal safety. Most people will be able to complete this voluntary survey in a short amount of time. This study is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Defense, and the Department will present the results to the President of the United States this fall. RAND’s full analysis of the survey findings will be publicly available in the spring of 2015.

  • The survey is important because the results will influence policies across DoD and the services.
  • This is your chance to be heard on military workplace issues that directly affect you.
  • DoD has asked the RAND Corporation to conduct the survey to ensure the resulting assessment of military workplace relations is independent and objective.
  • The survey results will have the attention of leaders across DoD and government.
  • The survey is short and will not take much time.
  • The survey is completely confidential, and RAND will not disclose any individual responses to DoD.
  • The survey and study will lead to better informed military workplace policies.
  • Everyone’s participation is needed to ensure the results are as accurate as possible.

Follow this link to view the survey. http://www.rand.org/surveys/wgrs.html

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One Response to RAND Military Workplace Study

  1. Fredric says:

    I was a career federal employee with the long beach naval shipyard. Closed in July of 1997. Injured on the job. Because of the severity of the injury. Was retired under a disability annuity. then rehabilitated,from machinist to Respiratory care practitioner (certified RT). I didn’t know how to come back into the system. Applied to VAMC West LA and Longbech,CA. to no avail ,No job. The VAMC at west los angeles,ca. Had 2 Jobs .!st time 21 year old was hired over me. 2nd time. The person said i didn’t have a VA form 2850c. Disqualified the 2nd time. The 3rd time . The VAMC at LongBeach,Ca. sent a letter saying there were no job openings at this time. But told by a friend that they have 3 openings, Mrs Cindy Vincent Had told me and someone else that she could use me, but will not. And She doesn’t care if i am a veteran. With career status.My SF 50 is missing from the archives. Can you help this veteran.