Jan 27, 2020
IPMA-HR is seeking members interested in serving on several committees/advisory board. The 2020 IPMA-HR Committees/Advisory Board Application is available (Deadline: February 14, 2020).
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Jan 24, 2020
A downward trend in job postings, a focus on employee reskilling, sleep as a wellness priority and more …
Jan 21, 2020
Impeachment drama did not stop Congress and the White House from reaching a budget agreement to fund the U.S. government through the 2020 fiscal year or prevent House Democrats from continuing to pass legislation aimed at protecting workers from discrimination. In other news, the Affordable Care Act remains in danger of being completely invalidated, and the U.S. Department of Labor has issued updated rules for calculating an employee’s regular rate of pay and for determining joint employment status.
Jan 17, 2020
Paid family leave benefit in the works for State of Tennessee employees, employers refuse to hire nicotine users, tips for contacting job candidates via LinkedIn and more …
Jan 10, 2020
Government limits on AI algorithms, a strong market in 2020 college grads and more …
Jan 09, 2020
IPMA-HR is seeking a strategic Executive Director (ED) who can lead and grow the premier professional organization for public sector human resource professionals. If you are a forward thinker capable of building strong relationships with members, strategic partners and staff, this may be the position for you! This is the first time in almost 25 years the organization has sought an ED. It is a critical and exciting opportunity for the organization and for the new Executive Director.
Jan 03, 2020
Employment trends for state and local governments, 25 new state minimum wages, California’s bellwether labor laws and more…
Dec 27, 2019
Tax on ‘Cadillac’ health plans permanently repealed, 2020 federal pay tables published, staffing problems follow from Virginia Beach Municipal Center shooting and more…
Dec 20, 2019
The best federal agencies to work for, plenty for workers to like in the 2020 federal budget, the ACA survives for now, raises for state government employees and more …
Dec 14, 2019
The revisions, which become enforceable on Jan. 15, 2020, clarify how employers should account for the costs of things like leave, benefits, reimbursements and bonuses while calculating a nonexempt employee’s regular rate of pay.
Dec 13, 2019
Congress agrees to paid family leave for feds, battling holiday stress and more …
Dec 11, 2019
IPMA-HR's Executive Director, Neil Reichenberg, will present this critical government affairs update on federal legislative, regulatory, and judicial activity during the first half of 2020 and a prediction on what to expect during the rest of the year.
Dec 10, 2019
Register Now for the first courses of 2020!
Are you new to the public sector? Are you transitioning from the private sector to the public sector? The Public Sector HR Essentials Program is a foundational course that will ease transition of HR Professionals and help advance their professional development with invaluable expertise and specific strategies for success in the public sector.
Dec 09, 2019
IPMA-HR invites offers to host the initial offering of Developing an Ethical Culture in an Organization. The pilot is tentatively scheduled for late Jan 2020.
Dec 06, 2019
A full-throated defense of civil servants, expecting to work on Christmas Eve, planning a respectful and inclusive office holiday party, and more …
Dec 05, 2019
We invite you to submit a proposal to share your experience and expertise with your colleagues in human resources.
Nov 29, 2019
Higher minimum wages do not cost jobs, free health coverage for Los Angeles city employees, grants for expanding job opportunities for people with disabilities and more …
Nov 27, 2019
Against the drama of the impeachment inquiry, Congress continued debating legislation and wrangling over budgets. A stop-gap spending bill signed one week before Thanksgiving enables them to continue doing so for another month.
Nov 22, 2019
U.S. government funded through December 20, a city and retirement fund recognized for innovative solutions, growing cyber threats for the public sector and more …
Asked what could be done to mitigate the impact of high out-of-pocket costs on workers’ comp claims, a large majority of IPMA-HR members indicated that their insurance consultant should help them understand and manage the risk.