Learn how tools support better performance management and employee engagement can help public sector agencies combat The Great Resignation.
Learn how the public sector can leverage employee performance tracking to improve engagement and performance – and ultimately advance organizational goals.
Public sector organizations that practice continuous performance management can increase employee engagement and improve overall productivity.
Is your organization suffering from a talent drought? Learn how a talent acquisition manager can secure skilled employees to help your organization thrive.
You can’t build and maintain talent without your organization’s support. Find out how to build buy-in for your HR talent management strategy.
The unexpected disruption of the COVID-19 pandemic caused many organizations to work remotely for the safety of their workforce. When we asked HR teams whether their teams moved to remote work at some point during the pandemic, 93% said they had. Despite a lack of preparedness, the majority we surveyed back in May found that with flexibility, resourcefulness, and a ton of support from their IT departments, they managed to adjust and persevere.
Sometimes, the easiest enhancements are the most effective. We normally don’t highlight small features aside from our product enhancement release notes, because we are constantly making small changes to improve usability. However, we found it fascinating that this Perform enhancement in particular has had such an impact on the navigability of the product. With a singular focus on facilitating task completion for managers and employees, the Perform team introduced a simple feature that changed productivity: the green button.
Learn what best practices your public sector agency can use to master performance management for remote workers and stay competitive in today’s market.
Life for growing families is complicated. Do your organization’s policies make it easier for people to transition back to work? If your organization wants to attract and retain new parents, paying attention to their needs is crucial.
An employee’s last day is no less important than their first day. To get useful information from employees before they leave for good, your agency needs a positive offboarding process that culminates with a respectful, diplomatic exit interview.