Webinar | Key Legislative Updates for the Hourly Workforce | Tuesday, September 24th | 12 PM CST
Has predictive scheduling legislation reached your workforce? How about salary history bans? If they haven’t already, they likely will soon.
Join Jennifer Long on September 24, 2019 at 12 PM CST to find out how far these legislative trends have spread and tips for updating your policies and practices. Topics will include:
- Predictive scheduling laws
- Overview of salary history ban
- Various penalties for noncompliance
- Tips for updating your policies and practices
HR Challenges in Government
Local, state, and federal government HR departments each have their own obstacles to overcome. Many HR execs in federal government agree that dysfunctional, longstanding, systemic policies and practices may be hindering efforts to build and retain a high quality workforce. One major obstacle may be an outdated hiring process that is so complex and cumbersome it can only be navigated by those who are already government employees.
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Federal HR Challenges
- Increasing demands for improved performance
- Extreme scrutiny of federal agencies by Congress, inspector generals, the media, and the public
- Tremendous focus on transactions, compliance, and recordkeeping
- Outflow of experts since the centralization of HR under the Clinton administration
State and Local HR Departments
- Staff development
- Employee morale
- Succession planning
- Retention of staff for core services
- Mismatch in skills between applicants and open positions
- Stiff private sector competition
- Large numbers of employees retiring
More government agencies are hiring temporary or contract workers to fill certain positions. One reason for this trend is the need to manage overall compensation costs, as the costs of health insurance and defined-benefit pensions have grown. Furthermore, the pipeline of younger workers is smaller, as many state and local governments have eliminated or reduced the number of entry level positions and internships. The average age of local or state government workers is 44, as compared to age 39 for workers in the private sector.
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