New SLGE research finds that state and local governments continue to face steep challenges filling a wide array of positions. Full findings on retirement, health care, recruitment, retention and other issues will be explored in a free webinar on Wednesday, June 13, 2018 at 1 PM ET.
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Hard to hire positions may lead agencies to fill needs via the gig economy.
PlanSponsor covers SLGE issue brief on governments hampered in recruitment efforts by pension cuts.
SLGE’s state and local government workforce survey highlighted by AARP and the National Retired Teachers Association.
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Senior Fellow Elizabeth Kellar provides insights for the Association for Talent Development.
Public Plans Data is featured in the February issue of Government Finance Review
This new website makes accessing public pension data easier than ever.
In her Smart Management column for Governing, SLGE’s President and CEO Elizabeth Kellar notes that, as the use of contract and temporary workers grows and millennials move into government, the public sector will need to adapt.
As government pensions become less generous for new hires, automatic enrollment in supplemental savings plans can make a big difference.