During the 2015 election, the Liberals played up the discontent lingering amongst employees of the federal government.
Many government workers seemingly came out against the Harper government in 2015 and accused the former Prime Minister of being difficult to work with and initiating harmful cuts to the public sector.
A research article by a PhD candidate from Concordia University, however, finds that the dissatisfaction towards the Conservative government was largely exaggerated for political effect.
The report’s author Jocelyn McGrandle based her results on the Public Service Employee Survey (PSES) and found that job satisfaction was high under the Harper government.
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