Trends and Priorities Impacting the Government Workforce

Cornerstone has partnered with HCMG to benchmark the last five years of progress in human capital management for government.
Leadership development moves to 3rd on the list of talent management priorities. What was ranked as the top priority?
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Key learnings from the 2018 State of Human Capital Management in Government Report to help you prepare for what's next.
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Step 1

Recruit the Right People

53%

of agencies say recruiting people with the right skills for the job is their top priority.
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Step 2

Develop Your Staff
The greatest need for staff development is in Succession Planning and Continuous Learning and Development.
Create a Learning Culture in Government
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Step 3

Overcome Barriers
Overcome barriers to improve your recruiting and training efforts.
How to Effectively Communicate Workforce Reforms
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Step 4

Boost Engagement
To boost engagement, government agencies are implementing employee recognition programs, work from home options, and one-on-one training/coaching
Retain Top Talent
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70%

of agencies are currently investing in leadership development.

HR leaders must prioritize bringing in next generation tools to improve efficiency, engagement, and insight.  Learn how to build a business case for talent management technology solutions.
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At least
70%

Ranked gaining analytics in the following areas of engagement, skills development, morale management, and leadership development as important or critically important.

“The employers that will win the talent race are those that adapt to changing times, anticipate their workforce needs, share great stories about the opportunities of working for their organization, and invest in and engage their employees. Purposeful, intentional, and strategic attention to talent management and succession planning are keys to preparing for workforce transitions, building needed bench strength, and growing future leaders.” 
Kami Keszler, Deputy Director, Office of Talent Management & Succession Planning, Covered California

Trends and Priorities Impacting the Government Workforce

Cornerstone has partnered with HCMG to benchmark the last five years of progress in human capital management for government.
Leadership development moves to 3rd on the list of talent management priorities. What was ranked as the top priority?
Key learnings from the 2018 State of Human Capital Management in Government Report to help you prepare for what's next.
Download Report

Step 1

Recruit the Right People

53%

of agencies say recruiting people with the right skills for the job is their top priority.

More on Government Top Priorities
Download Report

Step 2

Develop Your Staff

The greatest need for staff development is in Succession Planning and Continuous Learning and Development.

Create a Learning Culture in Government
Download Report

Step 3

Overcome Barriers

Overcome barriers to improve your recruiting and training efforts.

How to Effectively Communicate Workforce Reforms
Download Report

Step 4

Boost Engagement

To boost engagement, government agencies are implementing employee recognition programs, work from home options, and one-on-one training/coaching

Retain Top Talent
Learn More
HR leaders must prioritize bringing in next-generation tools to improve efficiency, engagement, and insight.  Learn how to build a business case for talent management technology solutions.
Download Report
“The employers that will win the talent race are those that adapt to changing times, anticipate their workforce needs, share great stories about the opportunities of working for their organization, and invest in and engage their employees. Purposeful, intentional, and strategic attention to talent management and succession planning are keys to preparing for workforce transitions, building needed bench strength, and growing future leaders.” 
– Kami Keszler, Deputy Director, Office of Talent Management & Succession Planning, Covered California