Taxpayers deserve the very best frompublicservices, and first-rate public services can only be provided by outstanding government workers. Federal human resource managersfacethe challenge of attracting and retaining high-caliber individuals within the constraints of ever-tightening budgets and often-conflicting political directives. From a talent management perspective,Optimizing Talent in the Federal Workforceexplores:
- Best practices for recruiting and selecting employees
- Proven methods for developing and training employees
- Optimal deployment and placement processes.
This text is a must-read for anyone in or working toward a government management position.
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