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Aug 23, 2019
Retaliation at the U.S. State Department, an Alaska state budget reprieve, coordinated ransomware attacks on local governments and more ...
Aug 16, 2019
How 2020 Dem candidates view public servants, staff shortage and retaliation at the State Department, risky calls for police and more ...
Aug 09, 2019
Learning the reason for federal agency relocations, seeing how state spending lags the rest of the economic recovery, closing a window into state and local government management and more ...
Aug 04, 2019
Before Congress went on recess until after Labor Day, U.S. representatives and senators reached a two-year budget deal and advanced legislation to eliminate the so-called Cadillac Tax on generous employer-sponsored health insurance plans. House Democrats also succeeded in passing a federal minimum wage increase. For its part, IPMA-HR asked lawmakers to abandon plans to require collective bargaining for public sector employees.
August 28, 2019 8:30 AM to 3:00 PM
Join us at the City of Hyattsville, MD for a Human Resources Managers' Meeting to discuss issues unique to Public Sector HR Professional.
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August 28, 2019 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Strained working relationships often result in lowered productivity, employee underperformance, and negative workplace culture. Encouraging “safe conversations” within your organization can improve relationships and foster greater innovation, inclusion, and collaboration by effectively addressing tough workplace issues quickly and confidently. Join presenter Lorie Reichel-Howe on August 28 for the Safe Conversations: Dialogues that Transform Workplace Culture webinar to see how you can bring “safe conversations” to your organization.
August 29 to December 5, 2019
Developing Competencies for HR Success is an 11-week comprehensive leadership course developed to provide-mid to senior-level human resource professionals, committed to working in the public sector, with a foundation for success.
September 1 to October 7, 2019
This workshop will show you how to develop an effective framework for a viable, effective workforce and succession planning program. Online course is intended for HR professionals and senior managements, who want to learn the ins and outs of workforce transitions and succession planning.
This course will include an Online Resource Guide with copies of workforce and succession planning success stories, policies, procedures and practices gathered by IPMA-HR from across the country. This Guide will be referred to periodically throughout the course.
IPMA-HR's weekly e-newsletter, e-mailed to members, featuring legislative news and reports.
This award-winning quarterly journal focuses on trends, case studies, and the latest research by top human resource scholars and industry experts.
In this compilation you'll get valuable advice on Pay Strategy, Job Analysis, Job Evaluation, Market Analysis, Performance Management, Compensation Management, and General HR Best Practices.
IPMA-HR’s guide to ethics is the number one resource for HR practitioners in the public sector – helping you deal with the complex, ethical issues that can occur in the day-to-day realities of leading and managing an organization.