SAN FRANCISCO — A suburban office in suburban San Francisco was ranked first in an internal evaluation of its employees, the first time that such an evaluation has been conducted outside of a large metropolitan office.
The report said the office in San Jose is one of four that are in the top 10 of the city’s “Super Employee” evaluation.
The evaluation is conducted by a company called the Office of Special Investigations (OSI), which is a government agency that is supposed to monitor employees for misconduct and corruption, according to a San Francisco Chronicle article.
But it has not been used to measure employees’ productivity.
A spokesman for the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency, which oversees the city, said it had been aware of the issue for years.
But the spokesman said that was not the agency’s concern.