TALENT MANAGEMENT STRATEGY: IMPROVING AGENCY AND EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE FROM HIRE TO RETIRE

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The Human Capital Institute reports that 60 percent of the government workforce and 90 percent of its senior leadership are currently eligible to retire. HR staff must manage the transition in a majority of their workforce in the coming decade and meet demands to improve efficiencies, share information, and integrate processes across departments and jurisdictional boundaries. At the same time, many state and local governments have expensive legacy technologies that aren’t adaptable to modern needs. The ideal solutions include cloud-based technology to effectively manage the full hire-to-retire lifecycle of the government employee base. A talent strategy with user-friendly, accessible information can help state and local government better serve employees and deliver more effective programs while improving organizational and employee performance. And, with multi-generational workers blending together, there has never been a more important time for government agencies to get strategic about the workforce.
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The CODE RED telephone notification system is used by the Board of County Commissioners and the Polk County Sheriff's Office to inform county residents about public safety threats and concerns. The system augments existing warning systems and media reports for the distribution of public safety information. During situations which may affect the health, safety and welfare of Polk County residents, designated officials send out messages to telephone numbers and email addresses within a geographic area. When the message is sent the system will notify you, giving specific information about the current announcement. To register your contact information, residents should go online to CODE RED at www.polk-county.net Once on the site, you will be asked to provide your name, address, email address and primary and alternate phone numbers.

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The CODE RED telephone notification system is used by the Board of County Commissioners and the Polk County Sheriff's Office to inform county residents about public safety threats and concerns. The system augments existing warning systems and media reports for the distribution of public safety information. During situations which may affect the health, safety and welfare of Polk County residents, designated officials send out messages to telephone numbers and email addresses within a geographic area. When the message is sent the system will notify you, giving specific information about the current announcement. To register your contact information, residents should go online to CODE RED at www.polk-county.net Once on the site, you will be asked to provide your name, address, email address and primary and alternate phone numbers.

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