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HReinvented: Will federal HR reforms work this time?

Robert Tobias is director of American University's Public Sector Executive Education program, and former president of the National Treasury Employees Union. He explains why he has faith that, this time, the federal government will actually reform many of his human resources processes.

Tags: pay & benefits , management , Robert Tobias , onboarding , recruitment , hiring process , Dorothy Ramienski

Tuesday - 04/06/2010, 07:45pm EDT

HReinvented: the view from onboarding

This morning, we speak with a young federal employee who's relatively new to the workforce. As part of our week-long series, HReinvented, Shaun Khalfan, Enterprise Information Assurance Manager for the Military Sealift Command, tells us about his onboarding.

Tags: onboarding , hiring process , Shaun Khalfan , Military Sealift Command , defense , P&B

Tuesday - 04/06/2010, 09:11am EDT

HReinvented: NRC as a model for federal HR reform?

WFED's Max Cacas talks with Miriam Cohen, Deputy Chief Human Capital Officer at the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. The agency has consistently been voted the "best place to work" in an annual survey from OPM.

Tags: pay & benefits , NRC , Miriam Cohen , Max Cacas

Thursday - 04/08/2010, 05:12pm EDT

HReinvented: Ideas for improving the federal hiring process

David Lewis, a professor of political science and law at Vanderbilt University, has suggestions for how agencies can make it easier on those who want to become federal employees.

Tags: pay & benefits , Vanderbilt University , David Lewis

Wednesday - 04/07/2010, 03:51pm EDT

Roundtable: hiring should be about people

People are the best investment in human capital. Technology is good, but not the best. More from David Ellwood, Dean of Harvard's Kennedy School

Tags: P&B , David Ellwood , Harvard School of Business , best practices , hiring

Wednesday - 04/14/2010, 11:05am EDT

HReinvented: CPO Zients previews changes to hiring

As part of our special week-long series "HR: Reinvented", we asked Federal Chief Performance Office Jeff Zients to preview changes coming to personnel practices in the federal government. He told us, changes will start at the beginning.

Tags: hiring practices , chief performance officer , Jeffery Zients , OPM , P&B , mgnt , best practices

Wednesday - 04/07/2010, 10:55am EDT

OPM takes smaller steps to modernize retirement processes

Agency Director John Berry will hire someone to oversee the new approach to automating and calculating retirement data. Berry says he hopes to make up to 70 percent of the most common calculations electronic. OPM also just has begun a results oriented pilot in two offices as part of a workplace flexibility initiative.

Tags: IRMCO 2010 , P&B , John Berry , OPM , Deloitte , retirement system modernization , Results oriented work environment , KSAs , hiring reform ,

Wednesday - 04/14/2010, 06:49am EDT

HReinvented: OPM's new database cuts hiring by 3 weeks

The agency says 12 databases hold 100,000 potential job applicants for many of the most commonly hired positions throughout government. OPM will search the database for the agency based on their hiring need and provide them with a list of candidates, slashing the hiring time from the very beginning.

Tags: P&B , John Berry , OPM , Candidate pools , hiring ,

Friday - 04/09/2010, 06:48am EDT

HReinvented: NRC aims to stay on top as 'best place to work'

Over the last several years, one federal agency has ranked highest in government-wide employee surveys as the "best place to work in the federal government": the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, in Rockville, Md. But in an era where OPM plans to reform the hiring and management of federal workers, how does NRC plan to stay at the top of its game as an "employer of choice"? Federal News Radio's Max Cacas continues our week-long series, HReinvented.

Tags: Lean Six Sigma , hiring process , NTEU , OPM , NRC , Miriam Cohen , Jim McDermott , John Berry , Max Cacas

Friday - 04/09/2010, 06:37am EDT

Commentary: FMA says hiring reforms must come first

Patricia Niehaus, National President of the Federal Managers Association, explains why the government must concentrate on the impact of the employee, rather than tenure and classification.

Tags: pay & benefits , FMA , Patricia Niehaus , commentary

Thursday - 04/08/2010, 03:42pm EDT
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