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"We've worked successfully with IPMA-HR for several years, and now we'll be able to develop stronger relationships with key decision-makers."
A Call to Action: A Coalition on the Future of the Federal Human Resources Management Profession (IPMA-HR, September 2000).
In 2016, IPMA-HR undertook a cross-generational survey that looked at similarities and differences among baby boomers, generation X, and millennials that were working for ten public-sector organizations.
Of the 334 IPMA-HR and NASPE members who took part in the survey, which was conducted in March and April 2015, 73 percent reported hiring employees in the past year, with 54 percent hiring more than they did in 2013.
Only 47 percent of state and local government employees are fully engaged in their jobs, according to the 2014 IPMA-HR Employee Engagement Survey.
Despite the need for succession planning, only 27 percent of the respondents to the IPMA-HR talent management survey indicated that their organizations have plans in place.
(6.) 2014 IPMA-HR Employee Engagement Survey, International Public Management Association for Human Resources.
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