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Virtual Onboarding and Virtual Separation for Federal Agencies

The onset of COVID-19 and its rapid spread has created challenges at a micro and macro level for the private sector and public sectors alike. Job growth has been stunted in many industries, but there are still needs federal agencies must meet. Right now, USAJobs has over 430 open positions – just to help with the COVID-19 emergency alone. So, with all of the new restrictions imposed by social distancing requirements and remote working environments, federal agencies are facing a completely new challenge.
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A Decrease in Claims Processed Leads to an Increase in the OPM Retirement Backlog in October

In the recent report detailing the retirement claims processed in the month of October, the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) announced the number of claims …
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Understanding Inefficiencies in the Recruitment Request Process in Federal Agencies

There are several inefficiencies in the recruitment request process for federal agencies. The number of hand-offs between supervisors and HR specialists and the lack of …
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Obtain Optimal Value from FEVS Results

Every year, a sizable segment of the federal workforce participates in the Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey (FEVS). With 485,000 respondents in 2017 alone, there is a large pool of data from which agency directors, line managers, and HR departments can draw. FEVS consists of 98 questions and covers eight dimensions, including personal work experience, work unit, agency, supervisor, leadership, satisfaction, work/life programs, and demographics.

How to Avoid Retirement Processing Delays

Retirement processing delays can occur for many reasons. Some of these delays can be sourced to HR’s use of inefficient and incomplete retirement software systems and an inability to clearly and rapidly communicate retirement information to employees using the most up-to-date technology.

How Federal Agencies Can Leverage Technology Tools for Workforce Planning

Federal agencies routinely face challenges in forecasting and preparing for shifts in workforce demand. Whether because of an increase in the retirement rate, new mandates from the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), or congressional guidance, federal agencies are constantly assessing and reassessing their hiring requirements. Given that federal agencies often have long time-to-hire and average employee tenure metrics, they need to have accurate forecasts of workforce needs as well as contingency plans to get ahead of shifting staffing requirements.