August 24, 2010 at 9:16 pm #108931
Government and public sector organizations make up the largest employment body in the United States. Managing and optimizing this enormous talent pool is a critical and daunting task. According to the Cornerstone OnDemand,
“Specific to the Public Sector, 60 percent of people in the workforce
are eligible to retire in the next 10 years, and 40 percent are likely
to retire when they first become eligible. 18.5 percent of the federal
government workforce — about 290,000 employees — will retire by the end
of fiscal 2010.”
In this era of uncertainty, it becomes increasingly important to re-evaluate and strengthen talent management strategies in the public sector. The Human Capital Institute wants to hear how your talent management strategies stack up compared to other federal agencies.
At HCI, we know that Human Capital
leaders and officers in the federal government, state government and
military know that strategic talent management is a critical new
discipline—as well as a powerful new toolset for leaders at every
level. Workforce planning, recruitment, onboarding and engagement,
learning and development, performance management, succession planning
and retention are all critical practices that must be embraced and integrated across the organization.
HCI’s second annual Government Talent Management Summit attracts
government and military thought leaders in strategic HR, talent
acquisition and OD/learning for three days of knowledge sharing and
networking. Together with other progressive human capital leaders and
officers, we invite you to take a deep dive into today’s transformation
from traditional HR to new talent management practices — and propel
your organization or agency into the future.
In preparation for our conference,
we are conducting a suvey for senior managers in the Federal sector. We
value your input on the broad range of issues and concerns you face
daily. If you have 15 minutes, we would aprecciate your insight: Survey on Government Talent Management.
Your participation in this survey
will reveal the answers. As our “thank you” for participating in the
survey, you’ll receive a complimentary copy of the unique new research
report being prepared from the survey results.
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