Take a sneak peak inside!Click on the link below to preview chapter one. Order your exam copy today by clicking on the qRequest an Exam Copyq link above. Chapter 1 With the shift from ahuman resourcesa to ahuman capital managementa (HCM), public agencies are striving to strategically manage their workforces. Sally Seldenas groundbreaking book moves far beyond describing best practices and offers the context in which innovative practices have been implemented. She details how agencies are creating performance-aligned workforces by adopting systems and policies that are driven by their strategic missions. This book covers core topics of personnel coursesaincluding hiring, training, retention, performance, and recognitionabut also includes integrated coverage on measuring success through assessment. Further helping readers grasp how HCM works, the book uses original data from the Government Performance Project and incorporates many comparative examples across a wide range of states, plus federal and municipal agencies. Unlike anything else available, Human Capital fills a critical gap for both students and public personnel professionals.On the actual Hiring Day applicants attend an orientation briefing, complete a writing skills exercise, participate in a panel employment interview, ... Second, the Office of Human Resources added a aHottest Jobsa link to its Web page for hardtofill health care vacancies. ... Also concerned about increasing the diversity of its workforce, the U.S. Forest Service, which is part of the Department of Agriculture, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Human Capital: Tools and Strategies for the Public Sector|
|Author||:||Sally Coleman Selden|
|Publisher||:||CQ Press - 2008-07-21|