Recruiting and retaining qualified staff remains the most important workforce issue for the second consecutive year, according to the findings of the 2016 Workforce Trends survey conducted by the Center for State and Local Government Excellence. The survey, which is based on survey responses from the members of the International Public Management Association for Human Resources (IPMA-HR) and the National Association of State Personnel Executives (NASPE), also found that jobs in finance are among those that state and local governments have the most difficult time filling.
Unlike many employees these days, Neil Reichenberg has worked at the same place for more than three decades. That's fitting because a big part of his job is to help other employers keep their best workers.
The International Public Management Association for Human Resources (IPMA-HR) has published a report examining how public employees of different age groups view recruitment, benefits, career advancement and other aspects of the workplace.
IPMA-HR has extended nominations for the Agency Award for Excellence - Deadline Extended - June 13, 2016, Warner W. Stockberger Achievement Award - Deadline - June 6, 2016 and Honorary Life Membership Deadline - June 6, 2016. Find out more!
If you were originally certified in 2001, 2004, 2007, 2010 or 2013, then it’s time to get recertified!
Make sure your career stays on track! As a senior certified professional or specialist, you are required to recertify every three years in order to maintain your designation. Keeping your certification up-to-date encourages continuous learning. In turn, your continuous learning will help you adapt to changing work and life demands.
DEADLINES EXTENDED - June 20, 2016
IPMA-HR is oferring free money to for our members to attend the International Training Conference in Denver and pursue continuing education for you and your children.
Six educational scholarships will be offered to children of members this year. Find out more!
Research shows that the importance of increasing the engagement of employees cannot be overstated. Organizations with engaged employees perform better on a variety of metrics than those with less engaged employees. Read Neil Reichenberg’s latest article in the UAE magazine, HR Echo.