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As government agencies aim to work more efficiently and effectively, they’ll need to approach new ways of managing human capital, sometimes with fewer resources. So how can agencies ensure they have the most qualified workforce to accomplish their mission? As an HR specialist, you may eventually find yourself helping to guide agencies’ workforce planning efforts. But how do those efforts, along with strategic recruiting initiatives, affect your hiring duties? This three-hour self-paced online course gives you an overview of how workforce planning and strategic recruiting initiatives impact your role in supporting agency hiring efforts. You'll learn the following key topics:
As a staffing specialist, you play a critical role in meeting your agency’s hiring needs. By learning the fundamentals of recruiting, you can better fulfill federal employment hiring needs. Additionally, honing your skills in compensation and benefits related to recruiting will enhance your ability to support your agency’s workforce planning and reshaping efforts, setting you up to meet your personal career goals.