In this worksheet, we’ve adapted questions from OPM’s reskilling toolkit to help your agency decide if this workforce strategy is a good fit.
Posts Tagged: Office of Personnel Management
The FEVS results portray the breadth of disruption wrought by a record 35-day budgetary impasse that stranded one-quarter of federal agencies without funding.
Answering personnel management questions will be critical if the government is to excel in its missions and break free from overly bureaucratic processes in the 21st century.
OPM’s reorganization continued Thursday when a legislative plan submitted to Congress detailed steps for the long-promised dissolution of the standalone office.
A discussion about the resurgence of the SES and how govies can better prepare themselves for these senior positions.
Data shows that millennials are leaving government at faster rates than Gen Xers and baby boomers. And although the outlook seems bleak, agencies should use this data to fuel change and new ideas that keep all employees, especially newly hired millennials, engaged and inclined to stay on board.
Why does the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) poll government employees every year about the best places to work in the federal government? Is it a recruitment tool for those considering public service? To gauge employee satisfaction? Just for fun? Maybe. However, the Partnership for Public Service (PPS), wants the survey to be a sourceRead… Read more »
In 2014, more than 187 million people conducted about 1 billion searches on USAJobs and submitted about 21 million applications. Here’s what the Office of Personnel Management is doing to improve the user experience.
There are numerous unique challenges for agencies to attract, hire, onboard, retain and develop the best possible talent. I think it’s best to leave that to organizations that are laser-focused on how to address these challenges and any obstacles that agencies face in overcoming them.
A possible government shutdown (a decision that will be made on December 11th) and a potential new executive order are some of the first signs that call for a changed and improved government going into 2016. It is true that it takes a few missteps to figure out the right solution and Tom Fox, ViceRead… Read more »