Despite the "war on talent", it's a good time to be a government employer. The lifespan of the average private sector company has dropped to 20 years, which provides government an opportunity to compete for talent who are tired of employer-centric jobs devoid of meaning.
However, in order to realize this advantage, government organizations must be willing to invest in their talent by developing, empowering, and engaging employees of all generations. Employees today want meaningful work, self-driven career paths, and ongoing opportunities to learn.
Amid the disruption in the private sector, government can become an employer of choice. How? By transforming how they recruit and retain talent.
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Download "11 Strategies to Help Government Recruit, Retain, and Reward Talent" to discover:
- 5 ways to amplify recruiting capability
- 6 ways to transform employee retention
- Lessons learned from the State of Tennessee's CLO, Dr. Trish Holliday