SLGE

AcronymDefinition
SLGEState and Local Government Employers
SLGESchweizerische Liga Gegen Epilepsie (German: Swiss League Against Epilepsy; Zurich, Switzerland)
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These two case studies are important because local health departments are looking for innovative approaches to contain costs while improving the efficiency and effectiveness of local public health services, according to SLGE. Staff-sharing arrangements are not yet common, but the strategy has the potential to be applied across a range of local government departments to save money and provide better public health services.
van Noordwijk M, de Ruiter PC, Zwart KB, Bloem J, Moore JC, van Faassen HG, Burgers SLGE (1993) Synlocation of biological activity, roots, cracks and recent organic inputs in a sugar beet field.
SLGE's brief also includes measures a number of other cities and states have implemented in various retirement programs in the wake of the financial crisis.
"Staff Sharing Arrangements for Local Public Health," a report released by the Center for State and Local Government Excellence (SLGE) and the Center for Sharing Public Health Services examines case studies of three cross-jurisdictional staff sharing arrangements in local public health organizations as a means to expand organizational capacity, better manage expenditures, and contain or address existing or emerging issues.
"Succession Planning," a report from the Center for State and Local Government Excellence (SLGE) and the International Public Management Association for Human Resources (IPMA-HR), describes how state and local governments use succession planning as a an integral part of their strategy to attract, engage, and retain employees.
An infographic highlighting the top findings is available at slge.org.
While auto-IRAs are the most effective state strategy for addressing the private-sector retirement savings gap, a national auto-IRA would be more efficient, according to a new issue brief by the Center for State and Local Government Excellence (SLGE).
For the second year in a row, state and local governments are reporting an increase in hiring, according to State and Local Government Workforce: 2015 Trends, an annual survey conducted by the Center for State and Local Government Excellence (SLGE), the International Public Management Association for Human Resources (IPMA-HR), and the National Association of State Personnel Executives (NASPE).
For each of the past six years, the Center for State and Local Government Excellence (SLGE) has surveyed members of the International Public Management Association for Human Resources (IPMA-HR) and National Association of State Personnel Executives (NASPE) on workforce issues, compensation changes, and recruitment and retirement trends related to their members' governments.
According to a survey of state and local government human-resources managers conducted last year by the Center for State and Local Government Excellence (SLGE), 53 percent of respondents' jurisdictions shifted more health-care costs to employees, while 34 percent increased employee contributions to retirement plans.