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2017 Feb. 22nd 11:56am

🏠 IPMA-HR Joins Amicus Brief in FLSA Case

🏠 IPMA-HR Joins Amicus Brief in FLSA Case

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IPMA-HR joined with several other associations in an amicus brief urging the United States Supreme Court to review the decision of the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in the case of the City of San Gabriel v. Flores. The Ninth Circuit ruled that the any unspent dollars paid to employees as part of a cash-in-lieu of benefits program should be included in the regular rate used for determining overtime under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).

2017 Feb. 21st 12:16pm

🏠 2017 Conference & Expo Opening Keynote Speaker Announced!

🏠 2017 Conference & Expo Opening Keynote Speaker Announced!

This year’s keynote address is a game-changer. Joining us in San Antonio, for IPMA-HR’s International Training Conference & Expo, is The Workplace Relationship Expert™, Courtney Anderson. The most innovative originator of business and personal empowerment solutions of a generation, Anderson will transform your thinking—and your work life—with her powerful keynote address on Monday, September 18 in San Antonio.

Don’t miss this opportunity to hear this award-winning speaker. Register now!

2017 Jan. 31st 3:47pm

🏠 CPS HR Consulting and IPMA-HR Team Up to Provide Clients Employee Engagement Survey

🏠 CPS HR Consulting and IPMA-HR Team Up to Provide Clients Employee Engagement Survey

CPS HR Consulting is partnering with the International Public Management Association for Human Resources (IPMA-HR) to provide some of the services from the recently launched Institute for Public Sector Employee Engagement™ to clients in the public sector.

2017 Jan. 18th 10:26am

🏠 Getting the Right People: How to Recruit and Retain Qualified Staff by Neil Reichenberg

🏠 Getting the Right People: How to Recruit and Retain Qualified Staff by Neil Reichenberg

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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.

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