Governing story highlights SLGE’s 2016 State and Local Government Workforce Trends survey
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Bloomberg BNA highlights SLGE’s annual report on the status of public pension funding.
Pensions and Investments published SLGE President/CEO Elizabeth Kellar’s letter to the editor (August 22, 2016) explaining that free, accurate pension data is already available
GCN highlights SLGE’s annual workforce trends survey in its article on workforce automation in government agencies.
SLGE’s President/CEO writes in Governing about the challenges of recruiting and retaining the qualified workers governments urgently need.
SLGE’s President/CEO Kellar participated in a panel during GFOA’s annual conference.
SLGE President/CEO Kellar joins Wisconsin Public Radio’s Joy Cardin Show
Atlanta Journal Constitution highlights SLGE’s annual workforce trends survey.
Pew’s Stateline features SLGE’s research on state and local government workforce trends.
BenefitsPro examines the findings of SLGE’s new report on the private sector retirement savings gap.
PlanSponsor highlights SLGE’s new report on state efforts to address private sector retirement savings gap.
VP of Research Joshua Franzel joined Route Fifty for a discussion of current management challenges in state and local government.
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The Governmental Accounting Standards Board proposed new guidance for governments that participate in certain multiple-employer pension plans.
WSJ features data from Public Plans Data in its story on Kentucky’s pension woes.
SLGE’s Elizabeth Kellar explains to American City & County that, rather than as a tsunami, public sector retirements are coming wave after wave.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette cites SLGE’s 2015 “Success Strategies for Well-Funded Pension Plans”
Analysis features SLGE research on pension obligation bonds.
For the second year in a row, state and local governments increased hiring from the previous year, according to a newly released survey of public-sector HR professionals by SLGE.
SLGE’s new survey finds that nearly three-quarters of states and localities reported making new hires in the past year.