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2016 Sep. 20th 10:22am

🏠📌 IPMA-HR Releases New HR2020 Report

Roadmap Report Provides Leadership Vision to Public Sector HR Professionals


2016 Oct. 20th 10:46am

🏠 Public Webinar on HR2020: A Vision for Public sector HR on November 9

Members of the HR 2020 Taskforce will provide an overview of the report and practical actions that can be taken by public sector HR professionals who are seeking to move beyond transactional HR to transformational HR.

2016 Oct. 11th 2:48pm

🏠 IPMA-HR Invites Members to Join 2017 Committees/Taskforces

IPMA-HR is seeking members to serve on several key leadership committees and taskforces for 2017.  Application deadline is by December 12, 2016.
2016 Oct. 4th 4:25pm

🏠 House Passes Overtime Rule Delay

The House of Representatives passed H.R. 6094, which would delay the December 1st effective date of the FLSA overtime regulations for 6 months. The bill, which was introduced by Representative Tim Walberg (R-MI) passed by a vote of 246-177. A companion bill (S. 3462) has been introduced by Senator James Lankford (R-OK). The Congress is on recess until after the November elections. 

2016 Oct. 1st 11:30am

🏠 HR News October 2016 Abstract

In this issue of HR News we provide some interesting articles on employee engagement: 

HR News October 2016 Full Text
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