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2015 Oct. 20th 12:31pm

🏠 Latest IPMA-HR Survey Report Reveals Public Sector HR Is Ready to Be Strategic Business Partners

🏠 Latest IPMA-HR Survey Report Reveals Public Sector HR Is Ready to Be Strategic Business Partners

http://ipma-hr.org/resources/benchmarking/final-benchmark-report-executive-summary-2The International Public Management Association for Human Resources (IPMA-HR)  releases its 2015 Benchmarking Survey Results report called “How Close is Human Resources to Becoming a Strategic Business Partner?” A critical finding from the report showed that eight out of 10 HR practitioners consider their human resources departments to be strategic business partners, defined as a partner who shares physical and intellectual resources to help solve problems and make decisions for other departments and organization-wide. 

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2015 Sep. 8th 4:38pm

🏠 IPMA-HR and IMLA Submit Comments on the Department of Labor's Proposed Rulemaking on Overtime Pay

🏠 IPMA-HR and IMLA Submit Comments on the Department of Labor's Proposed Rulemaking on Overtime Pay

On September 3, the International Public Management Association for Human Resources (IPMA-HR) and the International Municipal Lawyers Association (IMLA) submitted a second round of comments on the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking issued on July 6, 2015 by the U.S. Department of Labor to amend the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) regulations implementing the exemption from minimum wage and overtime pay for executive, administrative, professional, outside sales, and computer employees. 

2015 Jul. 22nd 12:15pm

🏠 "The Ripple Effect of Baby Boomer Retirements" by Executive Director Neil Reichenberg

🏠 "The Ripple Effect of Baby Boomer Retirements" by Executive Director Neil Reichenberg

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Executive Director Neil Reichenberg writes about the importance of succession planning for the February 2015 issue of Government Finance Review.

2015 Jun. 10th 11:46am

🏠 State And Local Government Hiring Pace Picks Up

🏠 State And Local Government Hiring Pace Picks Up

For the second year in a row, state and local governments are reporting an increase in hiring. Pressure on benefits continues, with employees taking on greater shares of health care costs and contributions to pensions. As a large portion of the workforce becomes eligible for retirement, there is a greater sense of urgency about recruitment, retention, and succession planning. New report surveys over 300 IPMA-HR and NASPE members to discover what have been the hiring trends for 2015.

2015 Mar. 11th 11:38am

🏠 IPMA-HR Signs On as a Partner to Launch Route Fifty, a New Independent Digital Publication That Connects State and Local Government Managers

🏠 IPMA-HR Signs On as a Partner to Launch Route Fifty, a New Independent Digital Publication That Connects State and Local Government Managers

In collaboration with IPMA-HR as a recognized launch partner, Atlantic Media's Government Executive Media Group has announced the upcoming expansion and relaunch of GovExec.com’s State & Local channel as Route Fifty, a new independent digital publication that connects state and local government managers across America.

2014 Dec. 31st 12:19pm

🏠 Infographic: IPMA-HR 2014 Milestones

🏠 Infographic: IPMA-HR 2014 Milestones

Looking forward to continuing to support our members in 2015. Many thanks for helping IPMA-HR reach some major milestones in 2014. Check out the highlights in this infographic!

2014 Dec. 22nd 3:02pm

🏠 U.S. Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Employers in Security Clearance Case Involving Fair Labor Standards Act

🏠 U.S. Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Employers in Security Clearance Case Involving Fair Labor Standards Act

In a positive decision for employers, the United States Supreme Court ruled unanimously in the case of Integrity Staffing Solutions v. Busk that the time employees spent at the end of a shift waiting to undergo a security screening was not compensable under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). 

2014 Dec. 2nd 3:55pm

🏠 New Report Available: Rising Health Care Costs Drive Local Governments to Shift Strategies

🏠 New Report Available: Rising Health Care Costs Drive Local Governments to Shift Strategies

Although health care costs have slowed recently, rising costs over the last decade have prompted many local governments to make changes to their plans and strategies, according to a new nationwide survey of IPMA-HR members released today by the Center for State and Local Government Excellence. 

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