A federal management directive (MD-715) will help agencies create effective equal employment opportunities. Here are four ways it will reshape how organizations approach diversity and inclusion.
Posts Tagged: Workforce Management
All government agencies have been focusing on return-to-office strategies, attempting to strike a balance between valuable lessons drawn from remote work capabilities during the pandemic and the competing need to maintain strong organizational culture through in-person collaboration.
Solving today’s government worker shortage is a battle that calls for fresh thinking and bold solutions. Here are some that work.
To bridge the gap between talking about DEIA and taking action, leaders must investi in personnel, technology and systems.
The cold and flu season can be tough on an agency and its employees. Here are ways to prepare and to manage people and job responsibilities when illness strikes.
The shift to remote and hybrid work models has stressed existing workforce management processes. Agencies that use low-code applications, however, can better respond to rapidly changing requirements. Here are five best practices for leveraging low-code technology.
In today’s new virtual workforce, the word “trust” sparks the need for leaders to rethink how to develop working relationships.
Even if legacy systems still do the job, modern systems offer so much more. Think about the difference between an old flip phone and a new smartphone.
At the end of the day, workforce management solutions help agencies place the right people in the right place at the right time.
In a recent interview with GovLoop, Rock Regan, Industry Marketing Director for the Public Sector at Kronos, explained why it’s important for agencies and their missions to ensure they’re engaging their own employees. Kronos provides digital workforce management solutions for government agencies at all levels