An aging workforce and outdated processes put public sector employers on notice that it’s time to do things differently.
Each year, organizations raise their standards and expect more and better practices from their HR departments. And they’re better for it, too.
Some agencies in the public sector are still mired in paperwork and are slow to embrace cloud-based HR technology. What will push them?
Three agencies, two HR veterans and a local association chapter recently were recognized by the IPMA-HR for public sector contributions.
Voluntary standardized human capital reporting has been on the table for several years. With the recent ISO approval, it’s about to become reality.
If the public sector provides social justice through work, why aren’t younger workers drawn to federal, state and local jobs?
Courts generally balance the following factors to determine whether the employee’s gathering of self-help documents was reasonable and protected.
Last year, President Donald Trump signed into law a sweeping corporate tax cut that has upended relocation budgets for many companies.
We have four finalists that have qualified for the title of the Worst Employer of 2018.
Expecting anything less than these keys from D&I professionals is to diminish the quality of expertise and its importance to the success of organizations.