Here are three ways agencies can close their workforces’ skills gaps using hiring, reskilling, upskilling and new-skilling.
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Developing a nimble workforce requires the right mix of recruitment, reskilling and upskilling. To connect this trinity, modern workforces need a continuous learning culture enabled by online training.
As employees settle into long-term remote work, some may struggle. HR leaders at every level need engaging, supportive ways to manage and develop their geographically dispersed talent.
A lack of empathy training or awareness can lead to a breakdown in communication and can make the difference between a positive and negative encounter.
If pandemic-induced telework has proven anything, it’s that civil servants can up their digital skills when they need to. They just need the right incentive and the right kind of agency support.
COVID-19 has made teleworking increasingly attractive to agencies – so much so, it might become a lasting part of their missions.
Using digital tools, agencies can emphasize the “human” in “human capital” no matter where their employees are working to create engaging content.
We polled an online training audience of about 300 attendees on five ways they or their agencies might be addressing and growing employees’ skillsets.
At the rapid pace that technology evolves, it’s critical to be prepared and identify areas where employees can grow their skillsets. During GovLoop’s online training Thursday, an expert identified five broad skills to take note of.
Use this worksheet to develop an action plan for effectively filling your agency’s skills gaps, whether it is recruitment, reskilling or upskilling.