Human Capital Management Government 2016 is a highly anticipated training conference with over 200 delegates and key speakers such as Beth Cobert, Acting Director, OPM ; Reginald Wells, Chief Human Capital Officer, Social Security Administration; Angela Bailey, Chief Human Capital Officer, Department of Homeland Security.
The federal government employs nearly three million people who require the need for crucial effective planning and efficient processes. Federal human capital managers continue to struggle with competing for talent with the private sector, improving employee morale and development, and managing outdated processes and regulations.
With the Baby Boomers beginning to age into their seventies, hiring managers are focused on recruiting and retiring millennials who make up the largest portion of the national workforce, as well as managing the external threats and demands of rapid technological advancements.
HCMG is a needed forum for federal HR managers to share challenges and best practices. Currently in its tenth year, the event has brought HR and training leaders together to grapple with initiatives such as the hiring reform, the retirement tsunami, and training a workforce for transforming technological needs.
Don’t miss this year’s event to be held November 29 – December 1, 2016 at the Hilton Alexandria Mark Center, Virginia.
Visit the website: www.hcmgusa.com for more information.
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