The expectation for government HR managers to do more with less isn’t a temporary adjustment. It is the new normal.
Engaging their employees could improve productivity and save governments a lot of money. But the public sector is largely ignoring the opp..
If a bureaucracy can’t function when the boss is gone, something is wrong.
Tips from a cybersecurity expert.
America has a skills gap. Governments across the U.S. are turning to European-style apprenticeship programs as a possible solution.
To attract and retain employees in a competitive market, they’re focusing on succession planning and leadership development.
Giving public employees the power to make prudent interpretations would render government more effective and better regarded.
Eliminating layers of them would do more than save money. It would empower public workers and unleash their capabilities.
New studies shed light on the job security of certain government jobs in an increasingly digital age.
A 16-agency coalition in the New York City area offers lessons for other regions.