HR News February 2022

  • The Role Apprenticeships Can Play in Building the Workforce of Tomorrow

    Paula Mathias-Fryer

    Apprenticeship programs, whether conducted in-house or administered by an independent firm under contract, have proven their worth as workforce development solutions. In particular, they help public sector agencies recruit and train workers for roles that demand high degrees of skill and knowledge.

In This Issue

  • FROM THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, February 2022

    Cara Woodson Welch

  • HR and DEI in 2022: The Future Is Here

    Amy E. Hull, M.Ed.

  • Bringing Women Back Into the Workplace Should Be a Priority

    Bailey Showalter

  • The Role Apprenticeships Can Play in Building the Workforce of Tomorrow

    Paula Mathias-Fryer

  • Top 5 Screening Trends for 2022

    Joy Henry

  • Applying Emotional Intelligence at Work

    Latha Poonamallee, Ph.D.

  • The Great Reset Reveals Why We Need a Coaching Approach to Leading

    Michael “Woody” Woodward, Ph.D.

  • EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT, February 2022 | Work: The Future Is Now

    Bob Lavigna, IPMA-SCP

  • MEMBER SPOTLIGHT, February 2022 | Millicent Aubain, SHRM-SCP, IPMA-SCP, LSSYB, Territorial Administrator of Recruitment & Classification in the Office of the Governor for the U.S. Virgin Islands

    IPMA-HR

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