Governments unfortunately do not often look within to see what they may need to change in order to draw people into service.
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Here are three tips for the federal government that look at how agencies can address their growing workforce shortages by supporting the professional growth of current employees.
An organization’s website is often a stand-in for its brand – and its quality can impact how customers consider your jurisdiction over other options. Here are two more personas that are likely to treat your website as a barometer of your agency’s quality and abilities: tourists and job seekers.
Federal hiring regulations require most federal job openings to be advertised and filled through open competitions. But some job openings—and no one knows how many—are secretly targeted for a preselected applicant and are only advertised to mimic adherence to regulations.
Retaining and recruiting top talent in government is a significant issue. Agencies want to be successful in providing government services and in order to do that, they need qualified contributors. Human resource departments are experiencing challenges in building stable staff within budgets that are continually stretched. Recruiting and retaining talent has become a significant issueRead… Read more »
With a narrow talent pool, very specific IT needs, and stiff competition from the top STEM organizations, government agencies can struggle to recruit the right talent. Here’s some advice.
Last year, only 24 percent government workers were between the ages of 20 and 35. Attract young talent by championing these four millennial-approved values.
As things move forward, you may be surprised to learn that the foe of your daily accomplishments, sometimes known under the alias “red tape,” is going to serve as an integral system of checks and balances in all that transpires with any agency reorganization.
To achieve end-to-end transformation across a diverse workforce, employees need devices that maximize productivity.
Numerous studies point to the same trend: that recruiters tend to hire the applicants with whom they have the most in common.