IPMA-HR

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IPMA-HRInternational Public Management Association for Human Resources
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A 2014 engagement study conducted by IPMA-HR found that 47 percent of state and local government employees are fully engaged.
The environment remains challenging for state and local governments because of a continued focus on reducing costs through changes to benefits and an increase in retirements as a large percentage of the workforce becomes eligible for retirement, according to IPMA-HR, which leads to a growing sense of urgency about recruitment, retention, and workforce/ succession planning.
IPMA-HR Montgomery Chapter Board Member-at-Large Kim Westervelt congratulated Johnson on his achievement.
IPMA-HR and Monster Government Solutions will also be working together to develop joint educational events as part of the relationship.
There are demographic challenges facing the public sector as a growing number of employees become eligible for retirement while employers face a future labor shortage," said Neil Reichenberg, IPMA-HR executive director.
Monster Government Solutions will also be a platinum sponsor of IPMA-HR's annual International Training Conference and exhibit at a number of other IPMA-HR events throughout the year including IPMA-HR's Federal Section Conference and IPMA-HR Assessment Council (IPMAAC) Conference.
Monster Government Solutions has extensive experience developing human capital solutions for the federal government and we believe our joint efforts can help us better share some of these best practices with the many state and local government members of IPMA-HR," said Chris McCarrick, General Manager of Monster Government Solutions.
2014 IPMA-HR Employee Engagement Survey, International Public Management Association for Human Resources.